Jul 7, 2020 - Jul 21, 2020
Workshop Fee: $325
Class Size: 20 (max)
Note: This class will be held in an online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets Tuesdays July 7, 14, & 21 – 4-7pm EST
SOLD OUT! Email [email protected] to be placed on a wait list.
Feeling a little rusty? Uninspired? Stuck in rut? Can’t get out to explore your usual subjects right now? Curious about trying something new? Or just want to grow as a photographer? This might be just the class you’re looking for. It’s all about creative play with the camera—pushing boundaries, breaking rules and letting go of old habits. Expect to have fun, explore new ideas, play around with new techniques and look at things in new ways.
For photographers at any level who want to shake up their routine, discover new ways of seeing and making photographs, learn a few warm-up exercises to get their creative juices flowing, and take artistic expression to a new level.
The course includes three online sessions with instruction, discussion and image reviews. (You will receive instructions for the first class when you register.) Between the three sessions, you will receive additional inspiration and assignments via email. Being able to walk around your yard, a park or neighborhood is a plus, but you can do the assignments anywhere—indoors or out.
All cameras are welcome. Use the tools you’ve got. You just need to know how to process and share images digitally. (Camera phone and Snapseed are fine.)
Bring a sandwich. (Okay, that part is optional, but we’ll take a 15-minute break to stretch and snack.)
All Image Credit © Lee Anne White
Instructor: Lee Anne White
Lee Anne White is a landscape and botanical photographer whose work has been exhibited in both solo and group shows, including 30 works on permanent display at Brenau University. She is the author and principal photographer of ten books, including Closer to Nature: The Alluring Landscapes of Simmonds & Associates, The Mutable Sea, Patio & Pathway Ideas That Work, Backyard Idea Book and Water Garden Idea Book, as well as the editor and contributing photographer to many others. She is the former editor in chief of Fine Gardening magazine and has photographed more than 75 features for magazines such as Fine Gardening, Organic Gardening, Landscape Architecture, Garden Design, Kitchen Garden, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Gardens, Country Living and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. She earned a master’s degree in creative studies at SUNY/Buffalo State and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, broadcasting and commercial art at Brenau University.