New Orleans / Nick Kelsh Photography Workshop 2016

The mystique of New Orleans is in the air. Sounds and smells are everywhere. And then more sounds. World-class musicians perfo legendary French quarterstreet corner after street corner along with local children playing horns and drums that have been in their families for decades. The atmosphere is conducive to artistic improvisation—one of the most important skills of any good photographer

The city did not disappoint at our recent Nick Kelsh Photography Workshop. Food and music wove their Cajun magic as our cameras recorded it all, from the wrought-iron wrapped French Quarter buildings to the Spanish moss-covered oak trees in Audubon Park. Then we took a trip into history at the legendary Oak Alley Plantation on the banks of the Mississippi River, and explored the natural beauty of one of Louisiana’s swamps, complete with alligators, turtles and a crusty ole’ Cajun driving the boat. 

 

photo by Lou Bradt

photo by Steven Bradt

photo by Cindy Lane

photo by Judy Somers

photo by Cindy Lane

photo by Mihaela Butoi-Teodorescu

photo by Lou Bradt

photo by Cindy Lane

photo by Terryl HIcks

photo by Terri Viola

photo by Nick Kelsh

photo by Terri Viola

photo by Terryl Hicks

photo by Terryl Hicks

photo by Judy Somers

photo by Kathy Naaykens

photo by Kay Keeshan

photo by Linette Knoll

photo by Mihaela Butoi-Teodorescu

photo by Susan Lawrence

photo by Susan Lawrence

photo by Suzanne Yelverton

photo by Lou Bradt

photo by Suzanne Yelverton

photo by Lou Bradt

photo by Terri Viola

photo by Susan Lawrence

photo by Kathy Naaykens

photo by Trudy Williams

photo by Nick Kelsh

photo by Suzanne Yelverton

photo by Terri Viola

photo by Mihaela Butoi-Teodorescu

photo by Nick Kelsh

 

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