We’ve been thrilling our guests since our very first workshop in 2007. Hundreds of workshops around the world later, clients keep returning, with nearly 75% of our workshops filled by repeat clients. Here’s what some of them have to say.

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Both Tom and Greg were very helpful in teaching composition in the field. In addition, Greg sorted out most if not all my problems with Lightroom which was no small task. In fact, despite his obvious deep knowledge of Lightroom, he mentioned a couple of my issues he had not seen before. But he persisted and solved the issues.

— Bob Slackman, Olympic National Park ’21

This was the best workshop I've joined to date! Kevin was just an outstanding leader in every respect and Skarpi adds a wealth of local knowledge that makes for an outstanding experience. To top that off they are both fun and really good people!

— Andrew Partridge, Iceland ’18

Marc is sooo patient and thorough. I actually retained some things!

— Steve Hallmark, Santa Barbara Outback ’13

One of the factors that made this trip unique was our local guide, Noel Rodgers. His intimate knowledge of the locations was critical to maximizing our photo opportunities with the shifting weather, both during the workshop and the private extension afterward with me, Thomas, and Gero.

— Roman Barniak, Canadian Rockies Assiniboine ’19

I had been to only a few photo workshop in the past. I came away mostly feeling they weren't worth the effort. You guys are leagues above, and have caught my interest in attending another of your workshops.

— Eugene Wewerka, Death Valley ’14

Randy was very attentive to individual participants with instructions in the field and reviewing the pictures. He did a great job providing maximum services at the hotels and restaurants. Skarpi was very good at getting us to the site at the right time of day and putting us in the right position to shoot.

— Frantz Vincent, Iceland Highlands Randy ’16