I got an email the other day from my friend the world-renowned award-winning photographer, Jay Dusard. In case any of you are unfamiliar with his work, the photographs sprinkled throughout this blog are all his (and these are just the first ones I snatched out of my files) as well as the book reproduced here,
which is just one of many he has published.
Jay is co-instructing—with Bruce Bambaum (http://www.barnbaum.com) and Bill Ellzey (http://billellzey.com) a photography workshop that will be held in the High Sierras and Death Valley this coming October 25th through the 31st. As Jay’s email pointed out, these are some of the most beautiful and spectacular landscapes in the American West (I would have said the world) and at one of the most beautiful times of the year to be there.
If any of you are passionate about photography and wish to study with the best of the best, visit Bruce Bambaum’s website (http://www.barnbaum.com) for more information. I can’t recommend these guys highly enough, and—as Jay pointed out—while they’re all still in good health, none of them is getting any younger, and the end of the workshop trail is on the horizon.