Natalie and I teach instruction-focused workshops. During each workshop we give you Skills Enhancement Exercises to complete. These exercises cover a wide variety of topics and their goal is to help you develop and refine your skills in every aspect of fine art photography.
These exercises vary from workshop to workshop and are therefore unique to each workshop. We design these exercises to meet the specific goals of each workshop. For example, if the focus of the Workshop is Light, Composition, Creativity and Personal Style, the Skills Enhancement Exercises for this workshop will focus specifically on these 4 areas.
These exercises will then include the following:
1 – Learning about the different types of natural light and how to use them
2 – Studying and using the different types of compositions
3 – learning how to use a handheld viewfinder to compose your photogrpahs (this viewfinder is given to you during the workshop)
4 – Energizing your creativity
5 – Developing a personal style.
All these exercises are presented during the workshop through lectures given by Natalie and myself. We also give you printed handouts for each set of exercises as well as a syllabus for the course and a detailed itinerary (you get a lot of documents to study with during our workshops)!
That way you do not need to take notes unless you want to. The handouts have everything on them. You then practice these exercises during the workshop under the guidance of Natalie and myself. We are here to help you and to offer suggestions and guidance.
Finally, most participants and students scontinue practicing with these exercises and using the handouts after the workshop.
Right now we still have seats available for our Spring 2016 workshop, but they is filling out quickly because participants are filling out their 2016 workshop schedules. YOu can see which workshops still have open seats on teh Workshops Description page:
– Mastering Landscape Photography
– Mastering Composition, Creativity and Personal Style
– Marketing Fine Art Photography
– How Photographs are Sold