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More Of Our San Miguel PODAS Workshop


Doorway, Sam MIguel, Mexico

The last several days have flown by.  This has been a fantastic workshop.  While we didn’t have any early morning sunrise shoots, we did have three full days of shooting and some incredible locations as you can see from the images on this blog entry.  This was a fantastic group lead by two great instructors, Mark Dubovoy and Michael Reichmann.  Micahel lives in San Miguel half the year, and his friend Daniel Ortiz arranged for us to see and go to places many people never see.  Daniel is a local real estate agent who has a passion for photography and I owe him a big thanks for making all the local arrangements.  At most PODAS workshops we shoot big broad landscapes.  At this workshop we shot differently as you can see in the images below.  Ruins, old silver mines, churches etc. Were our subjects.  Plus we had one morning doing street photography.  Tomorrow I’ll post an amazing image by one of our attendees he did during our walk around San Miguel.  Thursday we did a full day of classroom work going over Capture One, printing, and a number of other topics.  We also ate well as we do at all PODAS workshops.  This was a great week and all of us have taken some amazing images.

Author: PODAS

PODAS Manager

2 thoughts on “More Of Our San Miguel PODAS Workshop

  1. Looks like a great workshop. Fantastic location.

  2. Great pictures, thanks for sharing. San Miguel is such a magical place. We will be leaving tomorrow and spending two weeks in San Miguel, this will be out third time down there. Would you mind sharing the location of the old abandoned buildings in the photo’s that you posted on the 9th?. Thanks, Fred

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