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Street shooting in San Francisco, exploring the Eastern Sierra, Fall color, Safari West... these are some of the topics for the 2015 The Digital Story Photography Workshop Season.

By getting on the reserve list, you can save your place at the front of the line. Those on the reserve list have the opportunity (but not the obligation) to secure a seat for the event of their choice. Using the Send Me Info form on the workshops page, simply choose the workshop you're interested in from the popup menu, then enter your name and email. Click on the Submit button. That's all there is to it.

I'll send you a confirmation letter to let you know you're on the list. At that time, you can respond with any questions you have about the event of your choice. Reservation forms with itineraries typically go out 90-120 days before the event. At that point you can sign up for the workshop and pay the course fees.

We specialize in personal service. So we're here to answer any questions you have. Use the Send Me Info form to get the ball rolling.

Hope to see you in 2015. We're going to have a great time!

The TDS Fall Photography Workshop with Safari West starts October 19 in Santa Rosa, CA. This year's event is sold out, but it will also be a part of the 2013 TDS Workshops season.

On day one, attendees will go on safari with our own professional photographer and tour guide to photograph African wildlife at Safari West. Then on day two, we focus on landscape photography and environmental portraiture with a professional model.

We'll be sure to share pictures and keep you posted on how this event unfolds.

I'm thrilled to be leading the Sonoma Coast Photography Workshop for a second year. I have an amazing weekend planed.

The Sonoma Coast Photography Workshop begins Saturday morning, August 24, 2012 and runs through Sunday evening August 25th. Our headquarters during the day will be the lovely Library Conference Room at the Bodega Bay Lodge, in Bodega Bay, CA. We also have a campsite reserved at Doran Regional State Park, a 10-minute walk from the Lodge. We will use the campsite as our field headquarters during the weekend. Paid workshop attendees are welcome to come out and visit the Field HQ on Friday afternoon.

During the weekend, we will work on environmental portraiture with a professional model, landscape shooting at Ft. Ross State Historical Park, and nature photography at Goat Rock... and plenty more.

If you want to learn more about this event and receive a registration form with all of the workshop details, use the Send Me Info form on the TDS Workshops page.