Ernst Haas said, “Bored with obvious reality, I find my fascination in transforming it into a subjectivepoint of view. Without touching my subject I want to come to the moment when, through pureconcentration of seeing, the composed picture becomes more made than taken.” Join Colleen Miniuk and Guy Tal for this educational and insightful four-hour interactive session on“Visualization-Driven Photography.” By offering a mix of philosophy and practical advice, they’llexplain how incorporating visualization techniques into your photographic process can help you createpersonally meaningful and more expressive photographs. All skill levels welcome. Bring your imagination. Leave inspired to make photographs.
What you will learn:
- What visualization is (and is not)
- How developing a visualization habit—without forming expectations—can positively influenceyour photography practice
- Where visualization fits in the creative process
- How to incorporate visual language to convey emotion and symbolism in your photographs
- How to develop and refine your vision throughout the image-making lifecycle—from recognizingan experience in the field to capturing and processing a photograph.
Gear Needed: Camera gear, pen, notebook