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Nikon D2X Camera, Nikon 80-200mm Lens, 

Aperture F/2.8, ISO 200, Tri-Pod and Mirror Lock-up

     Considering enrolling in a photography workshop but the travel, expense and time away from home would not be a good fit for your schedule? In response to numerous workshop inquiries we will be conducting workshops in  Mississippi quarterly. The good news is that not only are the workshops affordable they will be conducted on weekends ( One and two-day workshops) right here in central Mississippi. We recognize the fact that there is no shortage of good books you can read to increase your knowledge of photography through independent study. If you are more interested in independent study and would prefer an affordable online photography workshop click on the link below to learn how to get started. However, if you would prefer the camaraderie of being a part of a like minded group that shares your passion for photography as well as the opportunity to increase your understanding, receive positive reinforcement and refine your visualization and composition skills...then the Mississippi Photography Workshop may be for you. 

     A workshop in Mississippi? Absolutely. Although I was not born in Mississippi, I consider myself fortunate to live in a state that offers so much to its citizens in the way of cultural and scenic diversity. The Mississippi coast allows access to the Gulf of Mexico with its beaches, islands, forts, lighthouses, ship yards, shrimp boats, and space center. As you travel Northwest from the coast you are greeted by the mighty Mississippi river, historic ruins and architecture, civil war battlegrounds, military parks and old cemeteries. The historic Trace begins in Natchez and runs to the rolling foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Along the way you can visit old cypress swamps, stop and rest along the scenic Barnett Reservoir or venture west off the trace through the cotton and soybean fields of the Mississippi delta. Mississippi has it all.  I have enjoyed seeing, experiencing and photographing the native flowers, trees, rivers, creeks, streams, swamps, delta cotton, soybean fields, great pine forests, and thousand year old oaks. We are one of the few states where our children can go freshwater and saltwater fishing, see a wide range of native birds, insects, mammals, ducks, geese, quail, rabbits, fox, raccoons, possum, squirrel, deer, bear, wildcats and coyotes without leaving our state. A photography workshop in Mississippi? Where else but Mississippi?

Looking for a challenging workshop designed for your skill level? 

     We offer workshops for those just getting started in photography on the "Basics of Photography" as well as more advanced workshops on "Creative Control" for the serious amateur. Click on the links below to learn more about our workshops.

Basics of Photography Workshop          Creative Control Workshop 

Coming Soon: Next Basics Class Scheduled October 2015   

Give us a call at 601-955-9416 or send email to: 



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