Learn how to make meaningful images consistently and make strong, memorable visual statements.
Date: Jul 8-14, 2018
Workshop Fee: $1195
Class Size: 14
Many photographers have serendipitous moments when a great image is captured. To be able to regularly and consistently achieve meaningful images is a significant goal.
This week-long course will take you through the all-important process of going beyond concentrating on your photographic equipment, and developing your potential to make personal and powerful statements with your photographs. As a verb, to deliberate means to study and contemplate a concentrated course of action; to think carefully or attentively. As an adjective, the term deliberate also means carefully weighed or considered; studied; intentional. Applying your visual voice to the vocabulary of photography will energize you to make your personal statements, more impact with your images, and more effective communication using visual media. All elements of the components of this creation, from perception before capture, through the creative moment, selection, and post process will be considered and explored.
We will capture the surroundings beauty of the visually rich environment of Maine, and have daily reviews/examinations of the results. Using the process of whittling the selects, we will discover the essence of what’s important to each of us as visual communicators, and then explore post processing techniques to solidify and finish images. We will also cover color/B&W ideas as it applies to our vision. The development of this process will grow confidence and enable you to make strong and memorable visual statements. . . your statements.
HEADER IMAGE CREDIT: Steven Inglima
Instructor: Steven Inglima
Steven Inglima was hooked the first time a silver halide print magically came to life in the developer. From his first Brownie 127 film camera, the quest began to capture the things that mattered to him. He has more than 30 years of experience as a photographer and educator. In 2004 he was selected as the administrator of Canon’s Explorers of Light program.