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Japanese Magnolia (My Granny called it a Tulip Tree!)
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Barbara Bordnick’s Spring Flower Photography Workshops

photo © Barbara Bordnick

Renowned New York fine art photographer, Barbara Bordnick, who was profiled in the Spring ‘09 issue of DP, is offering workshops on photographing flowers in her Manhattan studio this spring. More information below…

A  Spring Flower PhotographyWorkshop
By Barbara Bordnick

Come join Barbara Bordnick’s extraordinary weekend workshop on photographing flowers in her Manhattan studio located in the historic Photo/Flat Iron District of Manhattan.  She is the author of three innovative, best-selling books of photographs of flowers:  SEARCHINGS:  Secret Landscapes of Flowers Volumes I, II & III.

“In the flower genre – which has become a predictable cliché – Barbara has invented a new visual experience.  Rather than merely being dazzled by their beauty, she has entered into each flower  and takes us on a journey of erotic discovery in this new sensual landscape.” – Duane Michals

Ms. Bordnick is a renowned fashion, portrait, nude and floral photographer who has taught workshops all over the world.

Due to the popularity of her weekend workshop in flower photography, she has added another: April 24 & 25, 2010.

To keep each workshop as intimate and hands-on as possible, only six students per workshop will be admitted. Along with demonstrations of lighting and set-up techniques for shooting flowers in the studio, the workshops begin with a trip to the New York City wholesale flower market to choose flowers.

Each student will go home with a gorgeous, archival pigment print  of her/his own work.

It was more than I could have ever imagined – an experience of a lifetime.  Thank you for your warm hospitality and your willingness to share some of the Bordnick tricks of the trade.” – P.M., Sacramento, CA

“I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed being with you in your studio in New York.  I came home inspired and encouraged. I wish we could all come back one weekend a month.” – D.W., Dallas, TX

The cost of each workshop is $950.00
*To hold a reservation e-mail  and send a $450.00 deposit.

For out-of-town participants, the elegant W Hotel has agreed to make rooms available for a special discount price of $229.00 per night.

*Mail deposit by check payable to Barbara Bordnick at 39 East 19th Street, New York NY 10003


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daisy #2
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Barbara Bordnick’s Flower Photography Workshops


photo © Barbara Bordnick

Renowned New York fine art photographer, Barbara Bordnick, who was profiled in the Spring ‘09 issue of DP, is offering two more weekend workshops on photographing flowers in her Manhattan studio. More information below…



Midweek Photo News Roundup- 11/11

photo © Tech. Sgt. Roy Santana, via The U.S. Army (Flickr creative commons)

It’s Wednesday afternoon and all that most people can think about is how many days, hours, minutes remain until the weekend. But not you, you’re a photographer! You’re never bored, but are always plotting your next photo shoot or researching the new D-SLR you’ve had your eye on. We’re right there with you, friend. To keep the wild world of photography on your mind midweek, here’s our roundup of what’s been happening in it lately.

- In honor of Veterans Day (or Remembrance or Armistice Day to some of you outside the U.S.), I have selected the above photo from The U.S. Army’s Flickr photostream, by Tech. Sgt. Roy Santana. It depicts U.S. Army Lt. Col, David Sigmund, greeting a young boy after passing out soccer balls to local children during exercise Flintlock 2007 in Bamako, Mali, Sept. 4, 2007. This photo offers a not often considered perspective of the breadth of work that our military men and women do as a means to foster relationships of peace, security and cooperation around the world.

- Thank Tank Photo has announced a new heavy duty shoulder camera bag. The Urban Disguise 70 Pro is designed for the photographer carrying two regular or pro size D-SLRs with lenses attached to each camera body – or even a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached to any camera body.

- Barbara Bordnick, the renown New York photographer whom, DP had the privilege of interviewing for the Spring 2009 issue, has a new calendar out called Floragraphics, which showcases more of her celebrated floral photographs.

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