Five Sessions. Two Instructors. One Incredible Education!
And it's all happening at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport.
Rocky Mountain School of Photography's Photo Weekends
are one- or two-day, seminar style events held in select cities
throughout the U.S. Whether you're an intermediate who has been shooting
for years or a beginner looking to get off "Auto" mode, an RMSP Photo
Weekend will educate, entertain and inspire you. Join us and instructors
Eileen Rafferty and Doug Johnson will kickstart your photography!
how it works: Over the course of the weekend, five sessions are
offered. Each session contains two courses. You choose the course that
interests you the most. For example, if you have been intimidated by
your DSLR and want to learn the essentials of photography, you might
choose Photography Basics rather than Workflow: Processing Your Images with Adobe® Lightroom®. The curriculum is always up to you! Also included in the Photo Weekend is a lively group critique, vendor booths (at select events), valuable door prizes and a chance to connect with our instructors and learn more about RMSP.
For a complete Photo Weekend schedule, course descriptions, other helpful details, and to register click here. You may also register over the phone by calling us at 800-394-7677. We proudly offergift certificates as well as group discounts to groups of five or more (perfect for your camera club or Meetup Group). Call us to obtain your group code.
Eileen Rafferty is an artist who combines
her lifelong study of photography with digital technology to create
mixed media and video installations. She is a graduate of the Summer Intensive program and holds an MFA in photography and film from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.
Doug Johnson is a graduate of the 1996 class of Summer Intensive
at RMSP. Doug’s work has covered many diverse projects in the
documentary, commercial, fine art and educational fields. His
educational philosophy is fun, intuitive and full of creative
persistence. A native of Colorado, Doug now calls Missoula, MT home.