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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 [...]

Workshop Faculty Updates

Workshop Faculty Updates

The Summit Workshops’ faculty never stop to amaze us in all the amazing work they continue to do. Below are some quick updates on some faculty and their recent accomplishments! News Photographer Magazine featured a select [...]

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 [...]

The path of an internship

The path of an internship

For the many years I’ve been employing photographers and picture editors, I have always used internships to “discover” developing talent — in addition to providing some valuable training for early-career would-be professionals. In our Denver-based company, [...]

burn. sits down with decision maker: Chris Johns, NatGeo

burn. sits down with decision maker: Chris Johns, NatGeo

In the first installment of series ‘Decision Makers’, David Alan Harvey sat down and interviewed Award-winning Editor, Chris Johns of National Geographic. Harvey and Johns have both attended the Summit Workshop as faculty in past years. [...]

Former workshop attendee & faculty member  signed on to NYM

Former workshop attendee & faculty member signed on to NYM

On Tuesday, New York Magazine announced that it had signed longtime contributor and well-known photojournalist Christopher Anderson as the weekly magazine’s first-ever “photographer-in-residence” according to APhotoEditor.com Anderson attended the Summit Workshop back in the mid-1990′s and from there [...]

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. [...]

The Photo Society review

The Photo Society review

The images that have cycled through the pages of National Geographic throughout the years are some of the best in the world. You could even say they have a “small, selective society” from the NG pages [...]

Conversations on Adventure with Corey Rich

Conversations on Adventure with Corey Rich

Adventure photographer, Corey Rich, talks about his favorite places to photograph around the world. Whether he’s at home or abroad, the outdoors is his playground. Take a look at the video below. [...]

“Nick” Nichols talks about recent gorilla massacre in DRC

“Nick” Nichols talks about recent gorilla massacre in DRC

Spring Summit faculty member Michael “Nick” Nichols of National Geographic, along with Brent Stirton of Getty, narrate a slideshow and talk about their recent experiences photographing the the recent massacre of mountain gorillas in the Democratic [...]