Aperture Academy Featured Photographer

Aperture Academy Featured Landscape Photographer Neal Pritchard

Aperture Academy Featured Landscape Photographer Neal Pritchard

 

Recently I had the great pleasure of being invited to be a featured photographer for Aperture Academy by my good friend Brian Reub. Brian does a lot of workshops for the Academy along with Stephen Oachs. Both of whom have been a couple of my favorite photographers for a long time now. Their work both continues to amaze and inspire myself to improve my own work. I am extremely humbled and grateful to have been asked to participate in their series of Featured Photographers at Aperture Academy. The current list of photographers that have been feature are all absolutely amazing photographers and to be included in the list so far is a definite rush for myself … Thanks guys A TON … Thanks also to Cherie it was a pleasure working with you, your professionalism is top notch …

A little bit about Aperture Academy. Aperture Academy is the gallery for landscape nature photographer Stephen Oachs and is just outside San Jose in Northern California. While I have not had the pleasure of actually visiting the gallery (that will change soon I am sure) the images I have seen of the gallery and the people I have dealt with at the gallery have been 100% class and professional. They also provide workshops throughout the USA year round to the best locations and more importantly at the best times of year for each location. You can tell a lot or planning and research has gone into their workshops both on location and in-house where they provide workshops on post production.

If your are planning a trip to the USA I recommend checking out one of their workshops, the talent you will have at your disposal is top notch with the likes of Scott Davis, Kevin Mc Neal, Brian and Stephen your going to learn a lot and have a blast at the same time ….

Here is a link to the Featured Photographer at Aperture Academy featuring yours truly Neal Pritchard … Hope you enjoy the read and it gives you a little better insight as to how I started, why I continue to strive to improve and a nice story or two …

I had a lot of fun being involved with the project …. Cheers Neal

 

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About Neal Pritchard

TImeless landscape photography prints by Neal Pritchard
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13 Responses to Aperture Academy Featured Photographer

  1. Charlene says:

    Go Neal! Interview was a good read šŸ™‚

  2. True North Mark says:

    Well done son!

    You work hard at being as good as you can be mate…so you very much deserve the recognition that is coming your way!

  3. Christian says:

    great read and thanks for the plug mate. I always said you were a contender and I meant it. Cheers

  4. It was a real pleasure to work with you, and our honor to have you profiled on our site for November. You’re not only an amazing photographer, but a gentleman and real professional.

    Thank you for sharing and saying such nice things about Aperture Academy on your blog. We wish you all the best, Neal! Thank you!

  5. Good read, very nice insights and well done Neal!

  6. gene says:

    Hello, this is a really fascinating web blog and ive loved reading several of the articles and posts contained upon the site, sustain the great work and hope to read a lot more exciting articles in the time to come.

  7. dan fields photography says:

    GEEZ!I wrote a crazy long reply to your article but my internet cut out and I lost it all! Oh well, just wanted to say that it was a great article! Nicely done!

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