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WORKSHOPS

Since 2016 I’ve partnered with Leica Store Miami to offer photo workshops. Currently I’m conducting two workshops annually in New Orleans, where I’m based. One is a Monochrom workshop that focuses on the unique approach and workflow, which a camera exclusively devoted to black/white photography requires. This workshop covers capture to print with the M Monochrom camera. My other New Orleans workshop is a fine art digital printing workshop. My philosophy is that a photograph has not been made until it’s been printed. Printing, like black/white photography, is becoming a neglected art. My printing workshop covers capture to print with both black/white and color files, including RAW file conversion in Lightroom, soft proofing in Photoshop, and finally the making of a fine art print.

My first international destination workshop with Leica Store Miami was in the southwest of Ireland in 2018. My philosophy on destination workshops is that they should be a synthesis of photo adventure, an opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow photography enthusiasts, with a heavy dose of photographic instruction and critique thrown in amidst all the shooting opportunities. For information on my latest workshop offerings, please visit the workshop pages of Leica Store Miami via the link below:

Richard Sexton Photo Workshops with Leica Store Miami

BLOGS & VIDEOS BY RICHARD SEXTON

Creole World Blog
vimeo.com/rsstudio

PUBLISHERS

Chronicle Books, San Francisco
Pelican Publishing, Gretna, Louisiana
University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi
Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Historic New Orleans Collection, New Orleans, Louisiana

ONLINE ESSAYS BY RICHARD SEXTON

Luminous Landscape essays:
A Visit with Better Light
An Era Ends for Ebony View Camera
Multistich: The Pursuit of Large Format Digital Capture
A Redux Critique of Contemporary Camera Design

Photography Then is an essay I wrote in December 2015 for Luminous Landscape, which is a subscription site. For those of you who follow the photography industry, I highly recommend subscribing to this site. But, for those of you who don’t have an interest for that, you can view a non-formatted PDF of the article here:

PHOTOGRAPHY THEN

Here is the follow up segment to Photography Then, which is also published on Luminous Landscape. Click on the link below to view a non-formatted PDF:

PHOTOGRAPHY NOW

Here is the final segment in the series, which is also published on Luminous Landscape. Click on the link below to view a non-formatted PDF:

PHOTOGRAPHY TOMORROW

INFORMATION ABOUT RICHARD SEXTON ON THE WEB

Click here for Richard Sexton’s listing in Wikipedia.
Click here for Richard Sexton’s listing in The Digital Encyclopedia of Louisiana.
For an In-Studio interview with Richard Sexton, click here.
Click here for Where Magazine’s interview with Richard Sexton.