Photography Workshops with Geraint Smith in northern New Mexico, southern Colorado and the Four Corners area of the southwest USA
Southwest photographer Geraint Smith offers year round, personal one to one one single day and multi day Photography Workshops in Taos, Abiquiu, the Rio Grande Gorge, the High Road to Taos and many other locations around northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Join me year round on a Three Day Grand Photography Tour, or Photography workshop, which includes Native and Hispanic village locations on the High Road to Taos, the enchanting landscape of Georgia O'Keefe country in Abiquiu, and the sites and architecture of Taos. Click here for Full and Half-Day Photography Tours. If you have any locations you wish to visit specifically, I can modify the itinerary to incorporate them into a custom tour for you. In spring of 2017 I began running tours of the four corners area of the southwest United States. Please email or call to plan your customized, personal guided experience in some of the most beautiful areas of the country.
Transportation to and from your hotel and to locations on the tour is included in the cost. Water is supplied or bring your own travel bottle. Start and ending times of the trip are determined when booking. Starting and ending times vary depending on time of year.
Call 505-501-4880 to reserve a date that suits you for your own one to one personal photo tour.
Explore the places that have been the inspiration for my photography for over 35 years. Join me on a photography tour or multi-day photography workshop in the unique landscape of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Experience the places, architecture and culture of this enchanting and mystical corner of the world.
Individual instruction into basic through advanced digital photography and imaging is also available.
Pick up points for group workshops are at the Albuquerque International Airport. In the case of individual three day workshops pick up points are at your Taos, NM hotel, B&B, VRBO, Airbnb, your local residence or a location that is convenient for you. Meeting points for locations outside of Taos can be arranged when reservations are made.
Call 505-501-4880 to reserve a date that suits you for your own personal three day workshop.
Things to Consider
Sturdy walking shoes, poncho/rain gear, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, are necessary. The camera as a tool; proficiency with one’s equipment will serve in the enjoyment more fully. During the Photo tour/workshops we will take time to share our views from the days photography on your laptops.
The four days I spent with Geraint made for the best photography workshop I've ever attended. He was generous with his time and even more giving with his knowledge. His patient, supportive approach created a learning environment where I could proceed at my own pace. We explored some wonderful locations and were able to interact with a number of colorful characters. Mark van Doren said, "The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." That's a perfect description of what Geraint does.
–Ron Richardson, Jasper, Alabama
My photo tour with Geraint was worth every penny.
He is a master at seeing beautiful compositions where most would drive by without a second glance. The tour was from 9-5: no sunrise, no sunset, yet he still found many good subjects. Geraint gave suggestions on how to frame, focus, and expose the shots. He brought a laptop and for some of the shots we did post-processing. This immediate feedback was helpful in visualizing the final result when taking shots.
While driving between locations, we had the opportunity for unhurried conversation about photography. This tour is about the art of photography, not the camera gear. Afterwards, I felt creatively re-charged.
I would recommend Geraint’s photo tour for any level of photographer, from beginner to professional.
–Colin Barnett, Albuquerque, NM
Bring all equipment you require including spare batteries and flash cards for the camera. Supplies are few and far between once we are on location.
On a photo tour or workshop the places we visit will bring us close to the landscape, nature, wildlife, and unique architecture of New Mexico and the American Southwest. We will endeavor to be aware in making the least impact on the places where people live and where nature thrives.