The participants who attend my workshops make inspired photographs. That seems to be a fact. Back in September I taught my yearly workshop at the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana and the images my students made were nothing short of amazing. While the ages of the participants ranged from 13 to 82 and their skill levels varied, that didn’t matter. Everyone helped everyone and had a great time photographing a place that the great western painter Charlie Russell himself called “heaven.” I invite you to view this Photo Album of images created by the participants in the workshop.
View the 2013 Album for the Craig Varjabedian Photography Workshop at the C.M. Russell Museum