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Behind a Photograph

Behind a Photograph

William Albert Allard, National Geographic photographer and long-time Summit faculty, gives us insight into what goes into a photograph and how important workshops like the Summit are to the advancement of education. Check out the video [...]

Adventure photography: How far from the truth?

Adventure photography: How far from the truth?

Read below on a very thought provoking excerpt written by Corey Rich, a mainstay of our Multimedia Workshop and Adventure Workshop. He dissects one of his images as it was re-created to tell a story.   [...]

Tom Mangelsen on Fall Photography at the Summit

Tom Mangelsen on Fall Photography at the Summit

For more than 20 years, Tom Mangelsen has been teaching at the Photography at the Summit in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As a resident of the town, he is able to help workshop attendees improve their photography [...]

The meaning of 9/11′s most controversial photo

The meaning of 9/11′s most controversial photo

The Guardian posted an article about the debate over Thomas Hoepker’s 9/11 controversial photo. For years, Hoepker didn’t release the image until the 5th anniversary of 9/11. Take a look below. – In the photograph Thomas [...]

Nat Geo photogs give insight from Rich Clarkson

Nat Geo photogs give insight from Rich Clarkson

Gerd Ludwig continues his series on speaking to former Directors of Photography including Rich Clarkson. Clarkson was Director of Photography for the National Geographic Magazine from 1985 to 1988. – Like Kent Kobersteen, I have spent [...]

Sports Workshop Promo wins 2 Telly Awards

Sports Workshop Promo wins 2 Telly Awards

For over 30 years, the Telly Awards has been the premier award honoring outstanding TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and web videos and films. With nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 [...]

Faculty alum Bill Eppridge profiled

Faculty alum Bill Eppridge profiled

In a notable career shooting primarily for Life and Sports Illustrated, Bill Eppridge has covered wars, political campaigns, heroin addiction, the arrival of the Beatles in the United States, the summer and winter Olympics, and perhaps [...]

Sundance profiles Workshop faculty

Sundance profiles Workshop faculty

James Balog, a regular faculty member at the Summit Workshops, continues to draw accolades for his Extreme Ice Survey — documenting the world’s shrinking glaciers. With remote cameras positioned at major glaciers over the world supplied [...]

The 45 most powerful images of 2011

The 45 most powerful images of 2011

Whether it’s Getty, AP, Reuters, or freelance, photographers hope for that emotional picture that pulls at the heart strings of the viewers. Take a look at the 45 most powerful images of 2011 via Buzzfeed.   [...]

2011 Adventure Workshop Recap

2011 Adventure Workshop Recap

At the end of every September, you can watch photographers from all around the world come into Jackson Hole, Wyoming – usually the camera strapped on their arm and their athletic outerwear makes them stand out. [...]