|Missouri Photo Workshop
Founded in 1949 by Cliff Edom, each year this venerable workshop attracts students and professionals alike to a small town for one week of photography. In 1983, Howard Chapnick of Camera Arts Magazine said "It is a teaching experience that many say is a four-year college education condensed into one fantastic, brutal, exhilarating, exhausting week."
The Mountain Workshops began with a few Western Kentucky University students and has grown over the last 20 years to include national and foreign professionals. Participants shoot a complete picture story over one week and receive intense critiques from recognized professionals.
|Eddie Adams Workshop
A very competitive, tuition-free, four-day program limited to 100 students or professionals with less than three years experience, the Eddie Adams Workshop requires a serious portfolio submission. The nation's top photographers and editors lead participants through assignments, panel discussions and one-on-one portfolio critiques.
|Santa Fe Workshops
"The Santa Fe Workshops is a year-round source of experiential learning and creativity for imagemakers." The scope of the workshops is not limited to photojournalism and documentary work. Since 1990 the mission has been to "offer craft, vision, and inspiration to photographers worldwide." Scholarships are available.
"The Poynter Institute is a school for journalists, future journalists, and teachers of journalism." The St. Petersburg, Florida campus offers five day workshops, two-day and three-day conferences and weekend workshops. Valuable online tools include an interactive color experience and the Visual Edge Workshop. Visual Journalism Fellowships are available for college graduates.