The elephant in the room is this: Most photography teachers start you with technique, the 'how' of taking an image. I want to understand what you see and why before we talk about tools and equipment. Technique in capturing an image is important, and has its place, but it's not first. I only talk about technical application as it pertains to the scenes we're standing in front of. With the plethora of photography equipment available, there is so much room to play. Let's go play.
I love photography. It's my chosen artistic medium and I'm constantly learning, experimenting and trying to new things to enhance my understanding of it. My primary photographic passion is the landscape but photography is a medium ripe for experimentation and I find continued joy in learning new techniques.
These experiences are for anyone who wants to participate artistically and more deeply in their photography.
- better understanding of your artistic vision
- how to see possibility in any scene or subject
- how to see what others miss
- learn to approach gear with a new mindset
- and so much more...