Lindsay Adler’s 5 Tips for Becoming a Professional Photographer
April 26, 2017  Author:  

Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler has risen to the top of her industry as both a photographer and educator. Based in New York City, her fashion editorials have appeared in numerous fashion and photography publications including Marie Claire, InStyle, Elle, Rangefinder, Professional Photographer and dozens more. As a photographic educator and having been named one of […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, INSPIRATION, INSTRUCTORS, THE PHOTO BUSINESS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Lindsay Adler is Coming to Missoula
October 5, 2016  Author:  

Lindsay Adler – NYC-based Fashion Photographer and Canon Explorer of Light UC Theater on the University of Montana Campus Missoula, MT October 27, 2016 7:00 – 9:30 pm   In association with the UM School of Journalism, we are excited to announce that Lindsay Adler, who was named one of the top 10 fashion photographers in the […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP NEWS
Q&A: Adventure and Lifestyle Photographer David Bowers
May 10, 2016  Author:  

In his contribution to a thread on our RMSP Facebook alumni page, 2014 Career Training graduate David Bowers mentioned that a recent highlight for him in his photo business was a 12-day assignment for an outdoor adventure company that took him through three states. Combined with his stories of photographing avalanche search dogs, flying in helicopters […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION, RMSP NEWS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits for Photography School
April 4, 2016  Author:  

Are you a veteran (or spouse or dependent of a veteran) who qualifies for the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill? Are you interested in receiving professional training in photography? Did you know that our Career Training program is approved for GI Bill benefits? Curious? Read on! Rocky Mountain School of Photography has been working with the Veterans […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP EXPERIENCE, RMSP NEWS
5 Tips for Maximizing the Natural Light You’re In
February 26, 2016  Author:  

Article written and all photos created by Crystal Rose Smith. All Rights Reserved. The most important part of a photograph, for me, is light. Every element of a photo plays its role–the subject, the location, even the editing–but I passionately believe that lighting controls the mood of the photo. Light accentuates the subject, and we, […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, INSPIRATION, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Start Brushing the Sharks Teeth: Get More Clients with the Pilot Fish Strategy
September 23, 2015  Author:  

To bring another fresh perspective to our blog, and to be able to offer great revenue-generating advice for all photographers out there, we have teamed up with Lisa Edwards of Lisa Wareham Photography. A graduate of our Career Training program, Lisa lives and works in Butte, Montana. She runs the Photo Bacon blog, where she […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, RMSP NEWS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Sallie Mae – Career Training Smart Option Student Loan
April 14, 2015  Author:  

Do you want to become a professional photographer? Have you have been “dreaming” about our Career Training Program for years and have never been able to make it work.   Sallie Mae is here to help you make your dreams come true! RMSP is not a federally accredited school, therefore our students do not qualify for Federal […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP EXPERIENCE
A Tale of a Stolen Photo
December 10, 2014  Author:  

written by Beau Johnston. I made a conscious decision, when I started writing and photography, that if I wanted to make a name for myself I would need to have an online presence. Websites, blogs, and social media are great tools for getting your work out and in front of the masses. By leveraging these […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, RMSP NEWS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Guest Post – My Journey From RMSP Student to Professional Wedding Photographer
February 14, 2014  Author:   (1)

After investing years of time, money, patience and dedication, you begin to see the reward of hard work – and reward is an understatement. I’ve dreamed of becoming a wedding photographer. It’s what I love. Funny thing is, I didn’t know it was wedding photography until I attended Summer Intensive. RMSP has this strong creative […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
The Importance of Words
May 31, 2013  Author:  

I confess, although I am a visual artist, I am a lover of words. Often I find inspiration, revelations, or even consolation in reading and writing. The spoken word can have great impact as well. So inevitably, every time I ask my students to write an artist statement or statement of intent, the response is […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSTRUCTORS
2013 Career Training Assistant Sarah Ehlen
May 8, 2013  Author:  

Next up in our ongoing series of introductions of our incoming crew of assistants for the 2013 season of Career Training is Sarah Ehlen. Sarah is a 2012 graduate of the program who came to RMSP from Washington state.   Looking back, it seems hard to believe that it’s already been one year since I […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION
2013 Career Training Assistant Robert Allison
May 6, 2013  Author:  

Last week we introduced you to Career Training assistant Michelle Gustafson here on the blog. Today it’s Robert Allison’s turn to step into the spotlight. Robert is a graduate of the 2012 Career Training class. This will be his first year working as an assistant. In his own words, here is what he has to […]

CAREER TRAINING
2013 Career Training Assistant Michelle Gustafson
May 2, 2013  Author:   (1)

In the run up to the beginning of our Career Training program every year, the activity level usually gets cranked to 11 around the halls of RMSP. We get busy making sure our facilities are prepared, curriculum is dialed in, and everything is in order. Part of this process is welcoming our incoming assisting staff […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP STAFF
Become a Better Photographer by Putting Your Camera Down!
March 22, 2013  Author:   (1)

One of the most common dilemmas I hear about from my students is that they just don’t have the time to photograph. Sound familiar? I know it’s true for me and it seems that all too often, photography takes a back seat to some of the more mundane facets of every day life. So how […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION, INSTRUCTORS
Digital Imaging Workflow
February 29, 2012  Author:   (3)

Back in the film days, people would shoot through a roll of film, bring it to the lab and get their slides developed. Then, if they wanted a print, they would bring the slide back to the lab to have a print made. This process was repeated over and over again, until digital came along. […]

CAREER TRAINING, WORKSHOPS