Registration for the next Photographers' Workshop begins this this coming up Monday morning (June 18th, 2012) at 9 a.m. Pacific Time. (This class runs from September 10th - November 18th and will be my last workshop in 2012.)
To register just go here. (Note that you will not be able to register prior to 9 a.m. Pacific time on June 18th.)
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. I have no way of knowing how this particular registration will go but past classes have always filled up fast so you'll want to type quickly. (To make the process quicker, just fill out the 'General Information' section, knowing that you can fill out the remaining information at a later time, after your registration is complete.)
The workshop runs for 10 weeks, includes 45 lesson (a total of 450+ pages of information and images) and 9 assignments. There is a class forum (an image from the Q&A Board is shown below) where you can interact with your classmates, post all of your questions, upload your assignments and post images for fun and/or critique. (This forum is my full time job so you'll have access to me 40+ hours a week during the entire course.)
I allow a limited number of 'regular students' ($395) and 'auditing students' ($245). Auditing students can participate in class exactly like a regular student, asking questions, posting comments, uploading photos, etc. The only difference between auditing students and regular students is that I do not provide evaluations for assignments or photo critiques posted by auditing students.
Some students choose to audit because the regular seats usually fill up quickly and other students choose to audit because their schedule is busy and they want the flexibility of working at their own pace, knowing that they can choose to schedule a telephone or Skype consult ($95 per hour) with me in the future to ask questions and receive feedback on their images.
If you'd like to receive updates on future classes via email, you can get on the wait list here. (There's currently 1314 people on the waiting list but don't let that scare you because again, registration is on a first-come first-served basis.)
If you have any additional questions, check out the information here. (You can click on the link at the bottom of this page to download a FAQ sheet and a Class Syllabus.) If you don't find the answer to your question there, feel free to leave your question in the comments section and I'll update this post with the answer to your question marked in red so you don't miss my response.
If you'd like to read some reviews, you can do so here and/or you can weed through the comments on this post (Sorry, I was doing a giveaway so there's 800+ comments) to hear what some past students have to say about the class.
Hope I didn't miss anything and looking forward to having some of you in my next class! (Oh, and if you email me on registration day, please be patient with my response because registration day is crazy for me!)