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John Fielder continues his Colorado slide show tour “A Colorado Winter” and will be at IMAX Theater at Denver Museum Nature & Science tonight at 7pm  and tomorrow night for the Colorado Mountain Club at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, also at 7pm.

John shares the podium with ski mountaineer Jon Kedrowski.

​ It’s a multi-media presentation derived from their new books Classic Colorado Ski Descents and A Colorado Winter.
Travel Colorado with ski mountaineer Dr. Jon Kedrowski as he guides you to some of the best ski descents the state has to offer. Kedrowski discusses preparation, gear selection, planning, and analysis of weather and snowpack for skiing in the backcountry. With his photography, he highlights many of the 300 different ski routes and ski descents showcased in his new guidebook.  John Fielder brings the artistic side of winter into the presentation. With a backdrop of beautiful music, Fielder shares his favorite scenes during 40 years of exploring on skis the Colorado backcountry. This is a great opportunity for photographers to learn photo techniques unique to this monochromatic environment.  Jon and John team up to tell stories both funny and dramatic from their combined 60 years of surviving the challenges of exploring the nivean world. Between the stories, music, and photography, your excitement for the coming winter season will surely be enhanced!   ​ All of John’s and Jon’s​ popular Colorado books will be available for purchase and signing at both events.
2018 Photography Workshops
John’s next workshop is in Steamboat Springs March 10-11 and coincidentally features learning how to photograph the World of White!
This is your opportunity to learn landscape photography directly from John Fielder in Colorado’s most scenic locales, and from time to time in other states and countries.

Find out how John creates his award-winning images and gain a deeper understanding of the visual aspects of nature. In comprehensive classroom sessions and at field shoots in John’s favorite locations, learn how to spot photo opportunities, experiment with different perspectives, improve compositions and get an insider’s look at professional techniques. We use digital cameras only and bring our laptop computers for constructive critiques.

Appropriate for practiced beginner and intermediate photographers, John’s Colorado Photography Workshop programs are designed to help students reach at least their next level of ability and enrollment is limited to ensure the highest quality experience. Most workshops are conducted with the assistance of a second professional landscape photographer so that everyone enjoys personal attention and no question is left unanswered.

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