Photography Workshops

Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

Canon Explorer of Light and award-winning photographer Rick Sammon loves his day job. A tireless, prolific and inspirational image-maker, Rick, called by some “The Godfather of Photography,” is one of the most active photographers on the planet – dividing his time between creating images, leading photo workshops, and making personal appearances. His enthusiasm for digital imaging is contagious. He is a man on a mission – a mission to make digital photography fun, creative, exciting and rewarding for others.

Rick has authored more photography books than anyone I know, with his latest, Creative Visualization for Photographers and Evolution of an Image, putting the number close to 40.

I asked Rick once how he describes his photography, and answered “evolving,” He hesitates to categorize his work. He does it all, and enjoys the freedom of not specializing.

With nearly 40 years of experience, this self-taught photographer has many accomplishments – and as Rick suggests, “When you are through changing, you are through.”

Recently I saw Rick involved in a conversation on Twitter, or maybe it was Facebook, where they were discussing workshop participant behavior, and how people can get the most out of a workshop. Rick even wrote a blog post on Good Photo Workshop Behavior. Join Rick and me on this episode as we discuss his recent China Workshop, and how you can get the most out of your next workshop.

Rick’s Work


Rick’s Blog Post on Workshop Behavior

Good Photo Workshop Behavior

Connect with Rick

Personal: ricksammon.com
Instagram: @ricksammonphotography
Facebook: @rick.sammon
Twitter: @ricksammon

Rick Online

Rick’s Books on Amazon

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