Finding Your Style, Telling Your Story
We will discuss ways to use the camera to give voice to a community by approaching people, building relationships, and making insightful images in their natural environment with our workshop focus on photographing, editing and sequencing as the key elements in achieving meaning and determining what we say with the personal narratives we create.Sign Up & Register Now
Features & Info
Who Should Participate:
Both amateur and professional photographers interested in honing a more intimate connection and expression in their photography and projects will benefit from this intense workshop experience.This workshop is designed to take your photography to the next level. This is a three-day workshop March 22, 23 & 24. Each day is divided between classroom instruction, personal and group critiques, and fieldwork.
Uncovering Your Photographic Themes | Expanding Your Unique Visual Language | Creating a Series with a Personal Point of View | Image Editing and Sequencing Instruction | One-to-one discussions about Your Personal Projects | Photo Sessions | Collective and individual analysis/working critiques of your images | Personalized approach to photo session technique – Portrait, Landscape, Reportage | Practical Exercises | Discussion of possible outlets | On-Demand Publishing
About the Instructor:
Emilio has taught photography since 2002 for such organizations as The Academy of Art University, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the San Jose Museum of Art, the University of Hawaii and through Black Boots Ink. He specializes in storytelling photography and is concerned with using photography as visual communication.
Being a part of Emilio’s workshop has helped shape my vision on what shooting on the street is really about and speaks to why I enjoy being out there so much. Over time doors have opened and friendships have been made.
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More workshop info
To allow for one-to-one interactions, only 10 participants will be selected for each session. We rely on your attendance for these workshops to be successful. We reserve the right to cancel a workshop due to low enrollment, in which case you will receive a full refund. Cancellations made more than 30 days before the start of the workshop will receive credit for a future workshop within a year. A 50% credit will be given for cancellations received at least 2 weeks before the workshop. No refund of any fees will be made for cancellations made less than 2 weeks before the workshop begins.