Aaron Hobson’s Barkeater Photography Workshop and Exhibit

Popeye's place -- by Aaron Hobson

Popeye’s place — by Aaron Hobson

Aaron Hobson’s cinemascapes are a unique combination of narrative portraiture and panoramic images. This Summer Aaron is leading a 3-day portraiture workshop in upstate New York. The shooting locations are a mix of natural settings in the Adirondacks, and fantastic abandonded places, including the remains of an iron ore mill once owned by Benedict Arnold.

The other really unique part of the workshop is that the third night culminates in a gallery show! Participation in the workshop is limited to 8 photographers and by portfolio review. If you’re interested in mise en scĂ©ne style portrait photography, I can’t think of a better instructor than Aaron. And I’m sure the added bonus of expert instruction on preparing for a gallery show will really make this an amazing experience.

The workshop runs August 13-15th with headquarters in Saranac Lake, New York. The introductory workshop price of $500 is very reasonable. View all of the schedule and location details on the Barkeater Workshop website: http://www.barkeaterphotography.com

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