These customizable work sessions are designed around your needs and your photographs. Before our time working together we will tailor an itinerary to address your goals and photographic level.Sign Up & Register Now
Features & Info
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.
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.
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
Working via Skype was a rewarding experience and as effective as any face-to-face session I’ve had. The screen share functionality allowed us to share and discuss my latest work and progress instantly. The professionalism of our Skype sessions would rival any meeting in person with a professor, with the comfort and ease of working from home.