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Carolina Captured Photography Workshops in near Little Switzerland, North Carolina
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Carolina Captured Photography Workshops
Website www.carolinacaptured.com
Year Established 2005
Program Description Photography workshop that focuses on core visual approaches and digital workflow concepts. Includes outdoor shoots, seminars & final critique.
Number of Programs/Year 2
Program Length Weekend or 6 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 12:1
Program Focus Artistic Technique, Digital, Fine Art, Landscape, Photojournalism, Travel, Wildlife
Faculty Includes photographers Kelly Culpepper, Gary Kerr, Jeff Willhelm, Jeff Botz
U.S. Locations near Little Switzerland, North Carolina
Months October
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.carolinacaptured.com
Contact Kelly Culpepper
Carolina Captured
617 Hawthorne Lane
Charlotte, NC 28204
United States
Phone: 704-650-6230
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