Online study workshops with personally guided photography instruction.

Just because we should be staying at home or safely nearby during these days of COVID-19 does not mean that we should not photograph. After all, we need to keep those creative juices flowing. We get so used to traveling to photograph that we forget there is much fodder at home. One National Geographic photographer had a book published of one image he did per day in his own back yard for 365 days of the year. We are now offering online workshops for the duration of the pandemic and…

The tradition of hunting with golden eagles is thought to have been started around 940AD by nomadic peoples from the Manchuria region of northern China. Today, the tradition is maintained largely by Kazakh and Kyrgyz people in their native countries, as well as in a few diasporas. In Bayan-Ölgii, the westernmost province of Mongolia, a small number of ethnic Kazakhs have dedicated themselves to this traditional pursuit of native rabbit, fox, and even wolves. Though modern amenities, including firearms, are increasingly available in their remote valley, this select group of…