While international travel is on pause, this is the perfect time to edit and organize your personal photo projects! Receive one-on-one advice from a world-renowned photographer that has published eleven books and bring your photography to the next level. Consulting on personal projects and portfolio review appointments available directly through the studio. Discounts available for those who have previously been in workshops or traveled with Alison on her photo tours. firstname.lastname@example.org
When we hear that 300,000 people have died in an earthquake in Haiti, or that over a million Rohingya refugees are displaced in Bangladesh, it can simply be too much for our minds to comprehend. Yet that doesn’t deter us from wanting to engage and help out. As photographers we often ask the question, how do we create images that make people care?
Humanitarian documentary photographer Alison Wright has spent a career finding compassion and hope in a world of chaos, and in this three-week online workshop she helps you explore the connection of the universal human spirit and express it through documentary imagery. Fully immersing ourselves in this process requires a dance of vulnerability, and the first step is learning how to build relationships based on dignity and respect.
During stimulating lectures, assignments, and image reviews, we discover the art of creating intimate yet compelling images using light, composition, approach, and emotion to enhance our storytelling techniques. This is an opportunity to find and create photos for social change within your own community.
Alison guides you in uncovering a compelling documentary story that is of interest within your community. The world has historically been affected by recent health, economic and political ramifications, and now is an opportune time to discover and explore creating social change through your photography. Possible stories include following a family and see how they are being impacted by the pandemic and its economic fallout; or documenting essential workers, educational institutions, food banks, and local protests.
Break out your camera and engage your heart as you create visual stories that give voice to the experiences of others under the watchful eye of Alison and the support and encouragement from the other photographers in this online adventure.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Amateurs, Advanced Amateurs
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:
All camera formats are welcome. Participants must be able to download, select, and transfer images to their own jump drive for class each day.
Class will meet 9:30-11:30 am (Mountain Time) on Mondays and Thursdays starting March 8 and ending March 25 (six online group sessions). Enrollment is limited to 12 participants.
Zoom Video Conferencing software (available for no charge from Zoom.com) will be used to facilitate the class sessions. Further details will be emailed to registrants.
Few have come this way, those that did, made history with the exchange of ideas and technology between east and west. Traversed by the caravans of the Silk Road, Central Asia played a key role in the history of mankind. Largely forgotten in modern times the vastness of Central Asia await the adventurous traveler. This trip is an immersion in geography and culture with an emphasis on photography. This is a small, unique, personalized trip with only a few open slots.
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Navigate a variety of waterways aboard the nimble Lord of the Glens, including the narrow locks of the Caledonian Canal, inland lakes, and the waters surrounding Hebridean isles.See Scotland’s stunning landscapes while kayaking across the picturesque Loch Linnhe or Loch Eil, and while hiking on the Isle of Skye.
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Join Alison in a unique opportunity to bring your photography to the next level. Whether you are considering becoming a professional photographer or just interested in how to take better photographs, these global workshops, photo seminars and travel photo expeditions can help you achieve your goals.
When you join Alison on the road or in a workshop you can experience first hand how a world-renowned photographer works in the field.
By keeping the groups small and intimate, Alison is able to work on an individual basis to give one-on-one pointers and advice. We will spend days photographing in the field, as well as engage in group critiques and personal portfolio reviews.
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