Workshop UPDATE: FILLED “The Why and How of the Photographic Project”
The workshop is now filled. If you would like to be notified when the workshop is offered again, please send me an email at email@example.com
I am pleased to be able to offer this new workshop and to share with participants what I have learned in the process of completing two incredibly satisfying projects over the last couple of years.
We, as photographers, are continually looking for inspiration and opportunities to make photographs. Most of us have a collection of images that we feel are our best. Those are the images that end up being submitted to exhibits, displayed on web sites, presented at clubs, and hung on the walls of our homes. At some point you may have reached the point everywhere you look around you and think “been there, done that.”
One definition of art is that it is the process of communicating feeling the artist has about something. With visual arts in general and photography in particular, the process involves showing the “something” in a way that communicates that feeling.
A higher level of communication can be achieved if you can put together a series of images that communicate your feeling about something, so that the viewer can see it from different perspectives, in different light, or at different times.
This workshop is intended to help you through the process of designing, planning, and execution of the project plan, ultimately resulting in the presentation of the project.