One on One

One on One work sessions are a great way to identify and expand your unique visual language, improve your skills and learn to communicate with larger audiences.

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  • Where: San Francisco Bay Area
  • Price: $75. per hour
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Features & Info

One on One

Who Should Attend:

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 designed to take your photography to the next level. These work sessions are designed for those that cannot attend our workshops, as well as photographers who have attended in the past and would like to continue our conversation.

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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.

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Topics Can Include:

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 Technique – Portrait, Landscape, Reportage | Practical Exercises | Discussion of possible outlets | On-Demand Publishing | Photography Guidance | Building your Portfolio/Website review | Submitting for Exhibition | Personal Assignments and Reviews | The Photographic Essay | Street Photography

Emilio’s workshops are unlike others. Rather than being about taking an aggressive stance or sniping photos from afar, he takes a more neighborhood and people-centric approach of connecting with subjects, slowing down, and tapping into the energy that’s unique to all areas. Connecting with subjects when picture making (rather than taking) leads to stronger photographs, having the power to release narrative and forge ties with viewers. Connecting is key in understanding people and environments, and is the basis for going deeper though visual story-telling projects.
~ Brad Evans

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