Jay Dusard Photography Workshop

September 3rd, 2015 10 Comments

Warner and Wendy (Small)

I got an email the other day from my friend the world-renowned award-winning photographer, Jay Dusard. In case any of you are unfamiliar with his work, the photographs sprinkled throughout this blog are all his (and these are just the first ones I snatched out of my files) as well as the book reproduced here,

Jay Dusard book

which is just one of many he has published.

Jay Dusard photo

Jay is co-instructing—with Bruce Bambaum (http://www.barnbaum.com) and Bill Ellzey (http://billellzey.com) a photography workshop that will be held in the High Sierras and Death Valley this coming October 25th through the 31st. As Jay’s email pointed out, these are some of the most beautiful and spectacular landscapes in the American West (I would have said the world) and at one of the most beautiful times of the year to be there.

Jay Dusard, Ian (Small)

If any of you are passionate about photography and wish to study with the best of the best, visit Bruce Bambaum’s website (http://www.barnbaum.com) for more information. I can’t recommend these guys highly enough, and—as Jay pointed out—while they’re all still in good health, none of them is getting any younger, and the end of the workshop trail is on the horizon.

Jay Dusard vaqueros (Small)

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great black and white photos!!! I do alot of sunrises

  2. Anonymous says:

    Some of the Photographs give you the impression of another time. It is like they where taken in the 1930s or 40s.

  3. Anonymous says:


    Here is something that you might enjoy.

  4. Anonymous says:


    Second Chances.

    Somehow I think this song goes with those photographs.

  5. Anonymous says:

    It would be interesting to know the stories behind these photographs because they do have a haunting quality.

  6. Anonymous says:

    There is a lot to be said for the mood impact of B&W photography. Same with movies. That’s why even in the digital age it hasn’t completely gone away. Reminds me I need to get out my cameras and blow off the dust and take pictures. I shoot both digital and film and have a large amount of slide film in my fridge I need to use up before it’s too late to do that. If only I can find the time. Plenty of wildlife and cowboys to shoot pictures of in SW Idaho.


  7. Anonymous says:

    This would be such a wonderful workshop to take part in. Unfortunately, I will be up in Anchorage playing with my cameras up there. Maybe next time.

  8. Anonymous says:

    It’s been so long that I’ve shot film, let alone precess it. Seeing great photography just does my heart good. Wish I could go. Mary Ellen

  9. Anonymous says:

    Hello JP,

    there are only two words that come to my mind:
    authentic and timeless.
    Very good. Thank you for posting these fotos.

    Best wishes


  10. Anonymous says:

    That is beautiful work! Mr. Dusard is very talented.
    Nancy Darlene

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