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Jerry Courvoisier
has guided hundreds of amateurs, celebrated pros, and leading corporations into the digital age. He is a photographer, educator, digital artist, world class Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom specialist, and internationally recognized imaging technology consultant. He directed the digital program at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops for 14 years, building it into one of the most respected educational programs in the world.  Jerry’s passion for photography, combined with his enthusiasm for sharing knowledge, makes him a popular educator.   As a technology writer, and self-avowed digital gadget addict, Jerry’s writing has appeared in the pages of Professional Photographer, Shutterbug, and Rangefinder magazines. Jerry is the author of Lessons in DSLR Workflow with Lightroom and Photoshop from Peach Pit Press. 

Jerry’s Teaching Style:
Jerry’s approach is straightforward and hands on. He helps his students refine and develop their own imaging workflow, so they part feeling confident and in control. He is a patient instructor, providing an environment where students can connect to technology more easily and break through boundaries.

“Jerry Courvoisier is, plain and simple, one of the best teachers of digital photography workflow and image management working today. He demystifies the digital world for both the beginner and the advanced user. For anyone shooting digital pictures, his book simply has to be on your shelf.”
– Joe McNally, photographer

Jerry Courvoisier is an excellent teacher with a clear and easy to follow style combined with an incredibly calm and patient manner.  He is approachable and has a willingness to share his knowledge and experience while providing an opportunity to learn from his own work examples and portfolio.  I came to the workshop to learn from a professional photographer and teacher…I left knowing I had found a mentor.   Nancy Coe, photographer

“The two-day immersion into Adobe Lightroom was eye-opening and long overdue for me. Jerry’s success as a teacher is his ability to break down the complexities of the program and put the power of the software into easy-to-understand terms. The emphasis of hands-on learning – taking Jerry’s lessons and putting them into practical use on your own laptop – is simply the best way to learn the program. I only wish I had attended the Lightroom Workshop sooner.”