Jim Steinberg is a travel, nature and natural history photographer who seamlessly moves between the roles of photographer, instructor and mentor. He has a natural talent for putting his students at ease while opening their minds to new approaches to photography in an entertaining and nurturing manner. Jim was the first director of the National Geographic Photography Workshops and has taught for The Center for Natural Photography and Arizona Highways Photo Workshops. His work has been published in National Geographic, Backpacker, National Parks, Audubon, Nature Conservancy and Nature’s Best magazines. He has several books to his credit and won the 2008 & 2009 Colorado Book Award (Pictorial) and Foreword Magazine 2009 Book of the Year (Travel) for Colorado Scenic Byways, Taking the Other Road. Jim makes his home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and has traveled more than 2 million miles across the globe while pursuing his passion for photography. His extensive knowledge and skill, when combined with his enthusiasm and passion for teaching, will provide you with a fun, relaxed and rewarding photographic workshop. He understands that it is always the people you share the journey with, and the characters you meet along the way, that makes your photographic holiday a more enjoyable and enriching experience.
Visit Jim Steinberg`s website: http://www.jimsteinbergphotography.com
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”– Ansel Adams