Have you ever spent time viewing something you believed would make a beautiful photo only to find, after you had taken it, that it was not what you had envisioned? That, even though you ended up with a photograph, the feelings and impressions you had while taking it were not represented in that photograph? I will show you how to capture what you want to hold on to.
Come join one (or all) of my workshops.
845 750 5261
If not in Keene, NH, itself, they will all be held within a short drive from there. I will give you the specific meeting place for each workshop with your receipt.
It might seem intimidating but – after you have a basic understanding of how to use your camera – nothing beats spending quality photography time in the field with a group of like minded people and a professional to help you find new ways to hone your photography skills and increase your confidence as a photographer.
I will help you with your camera settings, in so far as they relate to your objectives for the workshop, but I expect you to know their fundamentals. If you have any questions about this, please contact me beforehand and I will be happy to help.
Some of the benefits of joining my photography workshop(s) include:
Small group sizes ensure that you get loads of personal attention.
In-the-field feedback on your images
Targeted practical exercises means you can focus on one thing at a time
Individual instruction at your experience level
Tips, ideas and loads of inspiration from myself and the group
A relaxed, non-intimidating environment
Discover how your camera lens differs from your eye and how you can find the language you, yourself, own to translate those differences.
We will gain a deeper understanding of what our ‘seeing’ tells us; a deeper comprehension of our own visions and knowledge of how to represent those visions.
PS If you are old enough to know how a camera works, you are old enough to join us.
France Menk works as an international creative director and photography producer. She is based in New Hampshire – USA’s beautiful New England area – and will help you develop creative approaches and solutions to your own photography interests.