2013 AUGUST workshop announcement!

    Hello world, Well here it is. I have finally gone and done it AGAIN! The first one was a huge success, the second was even hugerer and a new date announcement for the next workshop is here!! All of the info is below. As of today, there are only 12 seats available for […]

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  • Peter - May 18, 2013 - 5:18 am

    Hi Parker
    I just love the title of your program Hope it goes well
    Brilliant work as always
    Cheers
    PeterReplyCancel

  • [...] photographers in the world, but he was calling to let me know that I’m going to be one of his workshop attendees!!!! – Holy Cow! I’ve never been so excited in my life! It’s not until [...]ReplyCancel

  • David Maki - July 3, 2013 - 12:32 pm

    I wish I could attend because this sounds amazing! I am also thinking back when I heard you speak at WPPI a few years ago and how inspired I was by your work and the photoshop actions that you had. It truly inspired me and push me to be more fearless!ReplyCancel

  • beau - July 22, 2013 - 11:09 pm

    i am still waiting for the workshop that only has fishing,beer,fire, and anything else that goes well with that………..

    CAN’T WAIT !!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • DJ - July 30, 2013 - 11:39 pm

    I would jump through hoops, walk on hot coal and sell my soul to the devil to be able to attend one of your workshops, Parker! If only my bank statement said $2200 instead of $220. If there are any scholarship opportunities or affordable single day classes, please let me know!ReplyCancel

  • [...] getting my third eye squeegeed quite cleanly by none other than Parker J Pfister Esq. and his “Not the same old sh*t” workshop. For those in the crowd who are unfamiliar with Parker’s work, he was rated [...]ReplyCancel

{Re}Happening in the hills

hello world, About a month back I was excited to be asked to be a part of the 2013 {Re}Happening. What is a {Re}Happening you might ask? Here is a little piece of history borrowed from the Black Mountain College Museum… “Inspired by our imaginings about what a “typical” Saturday night at Black Mountain College […]

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  • David Beckstead - May 1, 2013 - 12:41 pm

    Way strange and in a good way! Love it! I am sure you captured this in a way no other has.ReplyCancel

  • Gary Duane Buth - May 21, 2013 - 12:57 pm

    Parker, in a time when virtually everyone takes pictures you consistently create truly wonderful images. There are so many people who are involved in photography, myself included but you never cease to amaze me with how you see things. You don’t need gimmicks, all you need is a camera, any camera old or new because you prove time and time again it is the photographer and NOT the camera.ReplyCancel

Amanda 1

hello world, took a little break and headed to warmer islands for a week. More road miles but this time just to relax and vaca with the fam. Lots of fun, sun and swimming. No cameras allowed…well, I may have sneaked a little one along for the trip. Anyway, before I left I had a […]

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2013 westward ho! 5/5! the end…for now

Hello World, This will be the end of this long winded trip post. I’m sad but excited for the next one. What to come with me on the next one? Now you can! Be standing in the right place and the right time and you join in on the journey. Get out there and see! […]

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  • Rob Villetto - April 23, 2013 - 10:01 am

    Super creative work! Great work as always.ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Luettke - April 24, 2013 - 4:13 pm

    Hi Parker, really cool shots! My father was actually in Death Valley last week on a photo trip as well, one of his favorite places to visit. If you happened to see a tall skinny guy walking around with a camera, it may have been him… You might not remember, but I met you a few years back during a vacation to NC. I was with my mother and a friend, and stumbled across your shop and just had to knock on your door. Thanks for letting us see your studio. I just wanted to say you are awesome, I am so inspired every time I look at your images!ReplyCancel

2013 westward ho! 4/?

Hello world, I think one of the biggest challenge in making a photograph is giving scale. By choosing the right angle, the right lens and directing your light you can make a photograph that appears as we see it, or “correct”. It is usually not as easy as it seems. This is abundantly clear if […]

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  • Walter Roycraft - April 18, 2013 - 3:41 pm

    Parker, some really nice work! I love the way you see things. The grasses along the road ROCKS!!!ReplyCancel

  • Megan Case - April 18, 2013 - 5:42 pm

    I’d like to live in the purty places of your viewfinder. : ) Hope you and the family are doing well!ReplyCancel

  • Peter - April 19, 2013 - 3:59 am

    Brilliant images as always Well done ParkerReplyCancel

  • chea lamb - April 19, 2013 - 5:55 pm

    Parker,

    Thank you for reminding me what amazing photography, your ART looks like. It is so hard to see out there in the sea of digital mediocrity.

    Chea LambReplyCancel