Presentation Description There’s a natural progression in photography. First, you learn how to use the camera, then there is a strong desire to produce a similar style to the ones you appreciate, but what about after that? In this session, David Johnston will discuss the personal exploration of style as it relates to the in-field experience.
Sarah will share her essential lessons about how to create more powerful compositions of both grand landscapes and nature’s small scenes.
Presentation Description Brenda believes that great photography is a marriage of craft and vision – that you can’t have one without the other. Yet to have an image to ‘craft’ you must have vision first. This webinar will discuss both sides of that equation while Brenda share her ideas and images. She will discuss the
Why Dream – Believe – Create? There was a time when I felt I could not create. My self-talk was, I am not a creative person, I’m not smart enough, I can’t do this. After seeing images projected at the first workshop I took, I dreamed of becoming a good photographer. Primarily with the help
In 2017 Alister Benn had an epiphany, not surprisingly it was in a desert, the Gobi Desert. With nothing but sand for thousands of square miles and being days from the nearest road, there was a realization that there were no classic compositions in view. Everything before him was sand; textures, layers, transitions. It was