For more than ten years I’ve led photography workshops and one on one sessions.
The one on one session is typically in person. These sessions are guided and focused so that you leave feeling more comfortable and confident in the topic you want to learn more about.
Before the session we have a chat/email exchange about what you want to focus on, and plan a date/time to meet.
This year, I’m doing something a little different. I’m taking the idea of a one on one, online. This is not a new concept, of course, it’s just new for me! (And maybe you too?!)
If you want to set up a one on one session, email me at email@example.com with a summary of what you’d like to review, discuss, learn and we will find a date/time that works.
Below is a summary of topics that I will be able to offer:
General Photography Techniques
- Understanding the basics (ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, White Balance, etc.)
- Essential rules for composition, when we use them, when we break them and why
- A photograph is more than a click of the shutter, there is a story to share, a thought to convey. Learning to improve your storytelling skills is a great way to create better images.
- how light affects the mood, tone and story of an image, this could be portrait specific or other genres like landscape, street, etc…
- a review of work to help you find direction with a project, put together a book, or general feedback on growth opportunities creatively.
Specific Topics & Techniques:
- Cityscape/Urban Landscape
- Street Photography
- Night Photography/Long Exposure Photography
- Fujifilm Tips & Tricks
- Lightroom & Image Workflow
These sessions are a great way to have a conversation, ask questions and get immediate feedback on your work, or concepts you are exploring.
If you’re interested in setting one up, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the conversation going and setup a session!