Historic Japan: Castles, Festivals, People & Fall Color -
Hagi and Matsue with Greg Gorman, George Nobechi & Joshua SmitH - NOVEMBER 2019
Immerse yourself in the beauty of traditional Japan with this all-new workshop led by world-renowned portrait photographer Greg Gorman and Japanese fine art and editorial photographer and expert producer George Nobechi, assisted by the patient and accomplished photographer and long-time Gorman collaborator Joshua Smith.
Greg Gorman Tokyo Portraiture Master ClasS - NOVEMBER 2019
Tap into a wealth of knowledge from one of the world’s master portrait photographers, Greg Gorman, in the dynamic metropolis of Tokyo. This intensive, three-day workshop will take your photography to the next level. Find the most flattering angles of your subject and learn a variety of lighting techniques both in an indoor setting and outside. Learn how to give direction to your models and portraiture subjects to achieve superior results. Work together in editing and post-processing your images and receive critiques on your work.
TOKYO: EXPLORATIONS IN THE METROPOLIS - WITH IBARIONEX PERELLO AND GEORGE NOBECHI - DECEMBER 2019
"Tokyo, Japan" — the mere name conjures images of a dynamic, sprawling city, at times bewildering and even inaccessible to foreigners. Underneath the surface of a metropolis constantly in motion is the soul of this city, where life flows from the boardroom to the dive bar, from residential neighborhoods and back again, pulsing through iconic hubs like Shibuya and Ginza via the commuter train lines that are the lifeblood of the city. "Organized chaos" is a defining feature of the culture of Tokyo.
"THE WINTER COLOR OF JAPAN" WITH ARTHUR MEYERSON AND GEORGE NOBECHI
Greetings fellow photographers,
It is with great pleasure to announce our first winter trip in Japan in the last four years, back due to popular demand!
“The Winter Color of Japan” now features more destinations, more color and more amazing winter-specific events than before.
TRANSCENDENTAL MYSTICISM: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY IN JAPAN - WITH KEITH CARTER AND GEORGE NOBECHI
If things cannot be understood by ordinary reasoning, we need to go deeper to find our spiritual truths. Whenever I have looked at Keith Carter’s photographs, I have come to understand how a photograph can be transcendental—how the tangible aspects like setting, focus, composition and moments do not provide us with a full understanding of why the image speaks to us. Keith’s photographs do not claim any absolutes, yet they offer us the possibility of reaching a deeper meaning of the life that is unfolding around us.
GREG GORMAN COMMUNITY TALK
"TAKAYAMA: HEART OF A CITY" GROUP EXHIBITION