How are great images made? What makes this photograph stand out and that one not?
It starts with discernment; learning to see the world around us and separating the essential from the unnecessary. It’s about catching the angle, the moment, seeing patterns, shapes, contrast and juxtapositions of our environment. This is your wake-up call, an examination of time and space, gaining a new perspective to help you think inside the box of your camera’s viewfinder. 3 days of exploring, photography, and thought-provoking analysis of the good, the bad and the ugly. Come, learn and rise above the new mediocrity that surrounds us.
Repetition is the second cousin once removed of learning (or something like that), so it is important to keep in the game. In our three hour workshops, we help you perfect your studio lighting skills, showing all that can be done with just one light as well as when you need to add more. We’ll side light, back light, and front light our subjects and demonstrate 50 ways to light your background (it isn’t a fuss, Gus, ‘cause a light’s not a toy, Roy).