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Bruce Hucko Photo Workshops in Moab, Four Corners & southern, Utah
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Bruce Hucko Photo Workshops
Website www.brucehuckophoto.com
Year Established 1997
Program Description Field-based workshops that concentrate on the creative process, composition & technique. Moab Photography Symposium that includes presentations, workshops, exhibits.
Number of Programs/Year 1-5
Program Length 1-7 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 8-12:1 max.
Program Focus Fine Art, Darkroom, Landscape, Technical, Large Format
Faculty Bruce Hucko, 20+ yrs experience, National Park Service slide shows, photographer for the Canyon's Edge. Moab Symposium includes Adriel Heisey, David H. Davis, Steve Traudt, Leslie Davis, John Schaefer.
Costs $350-$1,600. Moab Symposium $85.
U.S. Locations Moab, Four Corners & southern, Utah
Months February, March, April, May, September, October, November
Contact Bruce Hucko
Bruce Hucko Photo Workshops
668 Mountain View
Moab, UT 84532
United States
Phone: 435-259-4176
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