San Diego 3 Day, all day, 'A-Z class' ONLY $695, incl. a $750 Seewald original!

San Diego 'Future Masters' Photography Workshops
San Diego 'Future Masters' Photography Workshops
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Michael Seewald's San Diego photography workshops

1555 Camino Del Mar, suite 312, top level of Del Mar Plaza · Del Mar, CA

How to find us

We are in 'Old Del Mar', on the old coast hwy 101, which is called Camino del Mar in Del Mar. It's in the Del Mar Plaza, a wonderfull mall overlooking the ocean. We are on the top level, 'Plaza Level', next to the elevator. 858.793.3444

Location image of event venue


NOTE: We sell some of the spaces through visitors to our Del Mar gallery. Hope you can join us. MS


'Become a Master' Two and Three day, A-Z, all about photography,both compositional and technical.

The following video is from a Michael Seewald's three day digital photography class grad, beginner David Durne:

All three days for only $695, and a $200 deposit will hold your space.

This is a BONUS class- you will receive a Seewald original photo valued at $750 if you take all three days!!!

PLENTY of ONE-ON-ONE time with master photographer Michael Seewald, no more than 6 students per class.

" this exciting class turned my digital camera into an artist's tool! I learned the difference between taking a picture and creating art. taking this workshop Michael will open up a whole new world of photographic possibilities for you, he did me. ....”

Troy Garrow,
San Diego, Ca. / Class of[masked].’07

This is a BONUS CLASS, read details at bottom/ MS

to the exciting world of
Michael Seewald's Photography classes

This is a three day class, where you will learn everything from A-Z, in both the technical AND the compositional department. You can not make award winners without having the full knowledge of these elements, and Michael Seewald, an international award winning artist, will be your guru in attaining all this info

Michael Seewald's compositional 'fun-shops' (yeah, they are not easy, but Michael keeps it light, so it's a lot of fun too, so students call them fun-shops, not 'work'shops) are held about once a month in San Diego County, in Southern California, where he lives with his wife Valerie (ex-collector, now wife). He also holds the 'A-Z' classes up in photogenic locations in central California once or twice a year- in Carmel, Napa and Yosemite.

He leads you step by step through the critical thinking process necessary to 'make', not just take, a photograph. Worth looking at not just for a second or two, but for many seconds. You'll learn the principles to captivate your audience with well thought out images. He'll give you the 'map' you have been missing to make your 'art' pop, to make 'WOWS', like his. It's not just luck, it's skill, and he wants to pass this knowledge to YOU, at very reasonable prices for what you get!

This is something passed down from the masters, 'how to see', 'how to compose', how to 'hold someone's eye in your art', and not even many photo professors understand this well, nor a lot of pros, that's why you just might have one or two in your class, that flew in from N.Y., or San Fran, etc., in the class with you, it's not uncommon!


"... elements of composition being explained and repeated until we finally got it!"

Carl Morrison, advanced photographer.
Placentia, California / Class of 12.'98


"...The class does a great job at equipping the student with tools to esthetically enhance any photograph, past or future.

I used to think I was a pretty good photographer because I had good technical knowledge of how to take pictures. This class turned on a little "light bulb": I have spent the last 40 years in photography trying to say, "Look what I can do with a camera" rather than concentrating on how to use the picture's strong points to enhance its message."

Jeff Fischbeck, advanced photographer,
San Diego, CA / Class of 8.'03


"...Was I crazy for flying across the country for a weekend course? Very possibly, but I would do it again. I went to learn about composition and I did. I feel grounded now in an area that was a mystery to me. ...I feel I have acquired some of the basic building blocks of good composition. With practice and perseverance I may find it easier to produce more of those “WOW” photos Seewald wants us to make.

Was it worth the trip? An unqualified YES!"

Mike Gotthelf, advanced photographer,
Boston, MA/ Class of 2.25.'[masked].'06

Beginner photographer Becki Smith poses with Michael and her new Certificate of Achievement.

"Oh my goodness, I knew I had a lot to learn but I never imagined I could learn so much...! I took away so much knowledge and hands on experience from this workshop. I was somewhat nervous about my beginner skill-level but Michael's ability to teach while exercising his natural tendency to turn everything into a joke was great!! I was at ease in no time.

It was a true honor to be taught by someone with Michael's talent and experience. It is obvious that he truly enjoys sharing his God-given talent with others."

Becki Smith, San Diego, California.
Beginner photographer/ class of 11.'06


Call Michael with any more questions at[masked]

More info, along with dozens of testimonials and class schedule, here:

To reserve, enter $200 deposit in payment box, or pay for complete class now, your choice. Balance due two weeks prior.