begins January 29, 2024
The Artist's Eye
The Artist's Eye
4 WEEK Small Group Workshop
WORKSHOP LESSONS WEEK BY WEEK
Exploring Detail and Nuance
Sharpen your ability to notice what might be overlooked by reframing the view of mundane moments, studying art, and focusing on unnoticed details. We'll detail oriented editing and how small edits have big impacts.
Explore the subtleties of light and develop deeper understanding of its influence on color, clarity, and mood. You’ll also learn techniques to manipulate natural and artificial light, as well as editing techniques for enhancing atmosphere and simulating light effects.
Discovering Color Opportunities
Through a blend of theory, practical exercises, and creative editing, you’ll learn to see and use color in new ways that add depth, emotion, and originality to your work. This exploration of color will not only enhance your technical skills but also deepen your artistic vision.
Focusing on Story & Style
Master the art of making staged photos look natural and tell compelling stories through your images. Explore advanced editing techniques to develop a distinct style and create a captivating portfolio that highlights your unique observational skills.
meet your instructor
Meg lives remotely in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her husband and four young children. She is a lifestyle and fine art photographer who is most drawn to low light and color. Meg is also a mentor at Click Community, instructor at Click Photo School, a Sigma Ambassador and Profoto Legend of Light. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a nonprofit organization which gifts families battling pediatric cancer a free photo session.