If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you know how passionate I am about thoughtful, insightful critique. It’s critical to every artist’s development, and helps keep you motivated and challenged.
Just as important, however, is the ability to step back and really see your own work. So often, the photographers I work with are feeling frustrated or stuck, second guessing themselves, not sure where there work is at both technically and artistically, and therefore not sure what steps to take to grow in the right direction. While an outside perspective is invaluable, knowing how to spot your own habits, perspective, aesthetic preferences, strengths, and weaknesses is absolutely necessary. If you’re like most photographers, you spend a lot of time beating yourself up over your work; let’s turn that into a valuable, positive skill set instead!
This workshop is designed to give you a clear method for critiquing your own work in an objective and logical manner, to help prevent frustration, and to allow you the skills to build confidence in your own work. The course will run five days, Monday through Friday, and is absolutely appropriate for every level of photographer.
This truly might be the best investment you’ve ever made in your artistic development. Let’s do it.
August 5 – 9 (full, but waiting list is available)
August 19-23 (a few spots left)
September 23 – 27 (just one spot remaining)
Limited to the first 10 attendees
To register, please email email@example.com