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"Learning to compose" A photograph from the 2013 Craig Varjabedian Photography Workshop at the C.M. Russell Museum. Photograph by Kim Kapalka, Museum Education & Program Manager

“Learning to compose” A photograph from the 2013 Craig Varjabedian Photography Workshop at the C.M. Russell Museum. Photograph by Kim Kapalka, Museum Education & Program Manager

Teaching is a big responsibility. At least it is that way for me. People come to a workshop to learn from you and this must be honored. I can’t tell you the number of times that a participant in one of my workshops has told me about some other course where the instructor was too busy making his or her own pictures to help the participant make theirs. I find myself indignant.

I teach workshops to help students become better photographers—that’s the bottom line.  And this must be distinctly understood . . .

If you’re interested in some of the workshops I teach, check out Eloquent Light Photography Workshops

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CRAIG VARJABEDIAN is an award-winning photographer who explores the back roads of the American West, making pictures of the unique and quintessential. He shares awe-inspiring stories of the land and the people who live on it . . . one photograph at a time.