begins September 16, 2024

Meg Loeks

The Artist's Eye

4 WEEK Small Group Workshop
Master the art of noticing, explore the power of color and light, and gain powerful shooting and editing skills to turn simple moments into original narratives.

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Week One

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. 

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Week Two

Illuminating Details

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.

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Week Three

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.

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Week Four

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 Loeks

Meg lives in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with her husband and five children. She is an international award-winning fine art and portrait photographer whose nostalgic work centers around the home. In-between photographing her family, she teaches several online and in-person domestic and international workshops. Meg is an instructor through Click Photo School, a SIGMA & Profoto Ambassador and 2022 Lightroom Ambassador. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a nonprofit organization which gifts families battling pediatric cancer a free photo session.

69 thoughts on “The Artist’s Eye”

  1. This workshop is absolutely amazing! Meg is incredibly talented and you can really see all the work she put in this class. I truly enjoyed every bit of it and all the useful feedback she provided. Highly recommend!

  2. I have taken many of Meg’s courses, and I can tell this one is a total game-changer for photographers. Meg isn’t just an incredible photographer; she’s an awesome teacher who pours her heart into her classes. This course is jam-packed with all the stuff you need to take your photography to the next level.

    Each week dives into different aspects of photography: inspiration points, storytelling, lighting tricks, use of color, and amazing editing tips. I love how she challenges us to find the magic in our everyday surroundings and snap those moments with style, while she guides us through the whole journey.

    I adored getting into Meg’s artistic mind. Thanks to this course I started to see my everyday moments with a different perspective and that is invaluable.

    If you want to boost your photography skills while telling stories through your lens, Meg’s course is for you. It is highly inspirational and I cannot recommend it enough.

    Thanks for everything, Meg!

  3. I have taken countless photography workshops and classes before and I honestly think this is the best I have ever taken. The material is structured in such a way that whether you are a beginner or advanced photographer everyone gets a ton out of it. I also loved how there are lots of exercises geared towards figuring out your own personal style, and then so much material that gives you ideas for how to do that. It’s now been a month since class finished and I am still going through material, learning from it, and getting even more ideas and inspiration!! I can’t remember the last time I felt so creative and inspired and I can’t give a high enough recommendation for this course! 

  4. This course was incredible. I knew when I saw that it was opening that I wanted to take the full participation and I’m so glad I did. All of the materials built upon each other so well and Meg’s videos are so detailed and her editing skills are amazing. One of the things I loved about this course is how the content is focused on finding your voice as an artist, helping you to look for and find inspiration from other artists and all genres of art. The assignment for each week was so helpful for working on the technical skills Meg taught and also the creative skills in planning and finding inspiration. Her feedback on the work submitted was incredibly helpful and also kind. I felt very much out of my league with the caliber of the other artists in the group, but everyone was so encouraging, it was refreshing to be part of.

  5. Melissa Foxman

    Meg is as much a beautiful teacher as she is a beautiful photographer. She poured her heart and soul into this course, as she’s done with the others I’ve taken from her in the past. I have learned so much from Meg! But to have another chance to learn from such a talented, thorough and thoughtful teacher? I jumped at the chance. In this course, which is absolutely bursting with written content, inspiring images and technically detailed videos, Meg drills down into just how we, as artists, see the world around us. She challenges us to find the uniqueness in our own environments, and then photograph those details with flair. I especially enjoyed how she takes us, in each video, into her process for documenting “life as it is right now.” I’ve learned editing tips and techniques from Meg and this course continued to add to her offerings, with current tools in LR and PS such as AI generative fill. I especially enjoyed her lighting and modifier breakdown. if you’re looking for a course to add to your list, put this one at the top!

  6. I cannot say enough good things about this class! Well worth the money. So glad that I did the full participation option as you get so much helpful interaction from Meg throughout the entire class. The CC is so helpful and being able to get questions answered so quickly was tremendous. I don’t know how Meg kept up like she did. Okay, back to the class itself – I learned so much! Inspiration, editing, color, finding myself in my art, and lighting. This class is packed! Make sure you take it during a season that you can devote a little more time though. You get so much more when you can really dive in and take the time to do the assignments.

  7. Ashley Wildermuth

    The best workshop I have EVER taken!!! Meg is a phenomenal instructor and so detailed!
    This work shop has really helped open up a creative side of me I didnt realize I had, I
    learned so much about myself and my photography through this course. I didnt
    want it to end! This course has a little of everything, from lighting to editing,
    coming up with a concept for a photo and executing it. Meg is so involved in the class,
    she’s so prompt and quick to answer questions. She not only answers them but provides detailed
    explanations and even links if need be. I HIGHLY recommend The Artists Eye. There is something for
    every style of photographer. You won’t be disappointed!

  8. Sarah Devernoe

    WOW WOW WOW! I cannot recommend this workshop enough! The amount of detail and material Meg provides is astounding! It was like drinking from a fire hose! I wanted to remember all of it. I learned so much about myself, my own style and taste. I learned so much by watching her edit and her feedback was always so kind and encouraging! The community of other photographers was so inspiring and I loved the weekly assignments. It kept me accountable to pick up my camera and brought creativity that I did not know I had. Meg is so kind and amazingly talented!

  9. Meg is a true artist and it is a blessing to learn from her. Highly recommend this workshop for those looking to take their artistry to the next level ☺️

  10. Meg is a master at her craft and one of the most humble people I have ever met. She is not only a wonderful teacher but she is a friend who cares and supports all of her students in a way that is so unique. I am forever grateful for her invaluable knowledge.

  11. It has now been three days since I finished Meg Loeks’ Workshop, The Artist’s Eye. Like the rest of us, I have followed and admired the images she has created. Her talent is evident in all her work. However talent is not always accompanied by the ability to teach and inspire. I have enjoyed several workshops through Click where the teaching has been excellent. This workshop did not disappoint, it surpassed my expectations! Meg’s clear and beautifully organized chapters were well written and carefully designed to build on previous lessons.
    All the critiques were positive and laser focused on improvements that were useful to the beginner, intermediate, or advanced participant. Meg has a keen eye for the smallest of details that will raise the quality of your work to the next level. I will return to these materials in months to come and continue to learn from them. I feel so fortunate to have been able to participate in a class where the teacher has the rare gift to inspire and impart knowledge. Although the course is finished, Meg continues to speak to me everyday in how I approach photography.
    Finally, just a word about the talented and supportive group that were part of this workshop. I learned and was inspired by you all.

  12. Taking this course was a transformative experience for me. From the moment I joined, I knew I was in for something special. Meg’s expertise as a photographer and teacher truly shines through in every aspect of this course. She covers so many essential, yet often overlooked, aspects of creating compelling images. Her approach goes beyond the technicalities, delving deep into color theory, details, storytelling, and editing. It’s clear that Meg is dedicated to helping her students develop a full artistic perspective. The content of this course is incredibly valuable. Each lesson felt like discovering a treasure trove of knowledge and insights. Her feedback is always warm, encouraging, and highly practical, making it easy to apply what I’ve learned to my own work. The weekly Zoom calls were incredibly helpful, offering a supportive environment for growth and discussion. Her ability to combine technical knowledge with artistic inspiration is truly unique. Even though I specialize in nature, landscape and macro photography, this course has broadened my perspective and skills in ways I didn’t expect. The comprehensive materials and Meg’s thoughtful guidance have pushed me to see photography not just as a technical craft, but as a meaningful art form full of depth and story. Meg, thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge and for creating such a nurturing learning environment. It’s been a privilege to be your student, and I’m excited to continue applying everything I’ve learned. I would highly recommend this course to anyone looking to expand their photography skills and artistic vision.

  13. I just finished up The Artist’s Eye and honestly am sad. It was an amazing four weeks learning from Meg. I have admired her work for so long and now understand her incredible dedication to her craft. Not only is Meg a talented artist, she is also a gifted teacher. The materials in the class are fabulous and very comprehensive. I made it a point to go through all the PDFs and the many videos and am so happy I did. I picked up lessons and tips that I will use to elevate my own work. The materials are a goldmine of tips! Meg is an open book and is so gracious to share so much with her students. The biggest lesson I learned is that the devil is in the details. Meg’s attention to detail is incredible and it is what make her beautiful work stand out. I took this full participation and highly recommend doing so if you can. We had the most wonderful and informative Zoom calls each week. I loved getting to know Meg and my fellow classmates and was happy for the opportunity to ask questions in a live call. I also will go back to Meg’s video assignment critiques often. Meg really helped me see where I could strengthen my images and did so in such a thoughtful way. I was truly impressed with how much Meg put into the weekly critique videos. This was one of the best workshops I have taken and I have taken many! I do recommend full participation and taking it when you know you can dedicate enough time to get the most out of it. I pushed aside many things this past month so I could take full advantage. It was well worth it. I highly recommend this course and make sure you sign up right away! It fills up and for good reason.

  14. I have attended almost all of Meg’s class here and she is such an inspiration and a fabulous teacher!
    Her class is full of tips and inspiration. I definitely recommend this class which values more than you will pay for!! Thank you so much for the wonderful and I am definitely going to miss it!

    1. Hi Katy! You have access to the workshop platform for an entire year so that you can go through the materials at your own pace and also download if you like.

  15. This workshop is fantastic, my absolute favorite of Meg! Each week focuses on different elements that are important to making your work art, the materials build in such a good way up to the final week where it all comes beautifully together. Meg explained it all very well and answered questions very detailed, even as a study along I learned a lot and left those four weeks with so much inspiration. Even after the workshop I go over and over again the materials. Her first workshop Finding Classic Beauty changed my photography forever but this one will make it art. It is the best!

  16. This class is truly amazing!

    Meg is a great photographer and a great teacher!
    With this course, she really brings light to several aspects that are often overlooked when we try to create a great image! She adds new pieces to the puzzle, that one wouldn’t even know were missing! The content is very special and very different from more technical oriented classes. Deep diving into color, details, storytelling, editing. The name does make it justice: Meg really does teaches us the path to developing the artist eye! To have a full artistic look and approach to creating powerful images.

    The content is worth as much as gold! It is such a privilege to be able to learn so much and have all this gems just handed over by Meg. I was amazed with how all this information was able to have such an impact in my photographic journey in just 4 weeks.

    Thank you Meg, for sharing so much with us!
    It is always a pleasure to be your student!

  17. This was such a wonderful course. When I saw Meg was offering a new course, I jumped at the chance to take it even though I shoot mostly macro and wasn’t sure I would fit in. Well, it was wonderful – educational materials, a supportive environment, and a great chance to grow. I knew the teaching would be excellent, but as this was my first full participation workshop with Meg, I wasn’t QUITE expecting the CC. I don’t know how she can be so warm, encouraging, AND extremely practical and helpful all at the same time. Thank you Meg!

  18. If you’re looking for a way to stretch your photography skills in every direction, you’ve found the right course. Meg takes you behind the scenes from beginning to end, with amazing videos that cover setup and lighting, in-depth editing of colors and composites. But the best part about the course is how Meg teaches you to approach photography as an art. She helps you create photos that are more than just technically amazing, but also full of meaning, story, and depth. I highly recommend this as a full-participation course. Her thoughtful feedback will help you grow as an artist, she answers all your questions, and the weekly Zoom calls are so helpful! I can’t wait to go through all the material again.

  19. This workshop was/is simply amazing! Meg truly put a lot of effort in this course!
    And I want to thank her for that. It was far beyond my expectations.
    Time flew by and she really handed out the tools for me to get better at my work.
    she takes all the time for you and your questions and anwers them very detailed.

    Meg thank you for having me! It truly was a privelege

  20. I have always admired the quality, authenticity and consistency of Meg’s work but have never taken one of her classes before. This particular course stood out for me as it combined both the why and the how of art, portraiture and storytelling. I chose study along as it’s a really busy time of year for my family but I am genuinely sorry to have missed full participation on this one.

    Meg has a ton of experience and technical knowledge, which is clear to see in her work. What I wasn’t expecting was how open she was in sharing that knowledge both in the course PDFs and videos but also in the Q&As and CCs. She is also very available and responsive as a teacher.

    The course covers a multitude, from planning & lighting to colour and advanced editing. I have a reasonable understanding of OCF and Photoshop but I still learned so many new tips and skills. I often have failed attempts when I am shooting more than one of my children together and now I know why (and I know how to make it a success) – even though there is so much in this course, that’s the one golden thing for me.

  21. I’m so grateful that I had the opportunity to take this class. Meg has a wealth of knowledge and I find that I grow significantly as an artist whenever I learn from her. This class, specifically, has a ton of material and it’s obvious that she has poured her heart into it. Definitely worth every last penny!

  22. Wow. I took this course full participation and have taken Meg’s prior class as well. I signed up the moment the class opened up for registration and am so glad I did. I think the biggest asset I’ve gained in the past 4 weeks is that I feel like I have a fresh pair of eyes when I’m approaching storytelling. Meg is a true inspiration and I love how this class really pushes you to think about what inspires you. I’ve personally always been inspired to document my life but I have struggled to create storytelling at home with off camera flash. I think this is one area that I’m feeling so much more comfortable in. I’m seeing spaces in my own house as potential spots for future photos. I feel MUCH more comfortable using my OCF, which was a huge obstacle for me before the class.

    I love how Meg pushes us to think deeper about our lives and how art inspires us. I have always felt very comfortable in who I am but she just gives me the extra push to realize that I have the power to create what I didn’t even realize I could. Of course, her extremely detailed and in depth editing videos are so helpful to help bring the vision to life. It’s so great to see everything she does and then apply it within my own work. Her feedback for the weekly assignments is always so helpful and really helps me see how I can improve and strengthen my images. The zoom chats are a great asset as well to have a conversation and discuss the materials! Meg is always so fast to respond to questions within the class and always so helpful. I know she wants us all to become the artists we dream of being.

    I would probably take this class again if I’m being honest. There are so many details and I wish I had more time to just take it all in and to watch the videos over and over. The 4 weeks went by in a flash (no pun intended!). I wish I could have a semester long class with Meg!!!!

  23. A new favorite workshop thus far on Click Photo School and I have taken many classes here over the years! This workshop is so well structured, organized, full of invaluable insight and editing videos. I was excited each week to see what I will learn and have enjoyed every pdf and video immensely. It covers lighting, color palettes, every detail of what goes into planning your photo scene. Meg is a wizard and truly has poured her heart and soul into this workshop. If you want to grow as an artist, and be inspired to be more creative, then this one at full participation is a must!

  24. If you’re here, you probably already follow Meg and like most, are awed by her work. But she is an incredible teacher as well, which is what makes this class truly spectacular. If you have the opportunity, take the full participation version because Meg’s CC is invaluable. For years, I’ve struggled with forming details and design, and she answers questions so throughly, covers all the little things in her videos so meticulously, that you will grow immensely as an artist. I would recommend brushing up on your knowledge of flash photography before beginning this course, and not letting a week pass you by. I was so lucky to get a seat in the first run of this awesome class, and I truly feel I am growing into my art once again.

  25. Where to start? Is there a better word for AMAZING?

    Meg’s workshop is one of a kind. Honestly, I have taken many workshops through Click Photo School, but this is my #1 by a long shot. The material alone is worth taking this workshop. Meg’s detailed editing videos are amazing; I have learned so, so much. Since I use a lot of created light, I loved that Meg is showing her set-ups which helped me to create some of my favorite personal images. The critiques Meg gives are detailed and helped me to understand how to make an image more compelling. Although I have taken color theory workshops, The Artist’s Eye is different; Meg explains why a cohesive color palette is so important to tell your story.

    I highly recommend this workshop!!! If you are interested in learning more about composites, light set-ups, and truly digging deep, being more creative in your work, this is the workshop for you.

  26. When I first saw this workshop and read what it was about my heart jumped and I knew I had to get a full participation seat. It has not disappointed me.

    From the first week all the exercises and prompts really made me think about my work and study it in a different way. I am getting much more intentional and aware of what I include (or exclude) from my frame.

    The way the weeks are building up from inspiration through light, color and story is really inspiring. I feel myself becoming more aware of who I am and what I want to convey in my images. I’ve had so many ideas of images I want to do during these 4 weeks.

    Meg doesn’t gatekeep! From how and why she sets up lights to her editing and the process behind the idea, she spills her knowledge and gives very detailed feedback on questions and assignments. The weekly zoom chats are a lovely way of connecting and communicating outside the written language too.

    I think this is my favorite class I’ve ever done and I’m sad the 4 weeks are over!

  27. I just love Meg’s classes! The information presented is clear. She gives a lot of tips and tricks in her classes. There are explanations on the consent of a shot, inspiration, pullback of light and scene setup, Lightroom and photoshop editing from start to finish. I just love it!

  28. This class really helped refine my creative process! Meg has you take a lot of time to understand why and how you create, and my work feels so much more intentional now. Storytelling I never felt was a strong point, I felt like my images were somewhat random and I didn’t know how to refine them, but this class is really helpful for solidifying your process. While life zoomed by and I didn’t get to shoot as much as I wanted to during the workshop, it was still so valuable! What I love about Meg’s work is that it always looks stunning and you assume she does these big dramatic edits, but she is really exceptional at the small details, and she shows how it all comes together when you focus on those. It’s a lot, but you realize that’s where the magic is. Any class with Meg is worth taking!

  29. This workshop was simply amazing. It’s packed with valuable informations, tips and knowledge. Even though I grabbed just a study-along seat, it improved not only my photography overall, but also my perception of art.

    Meg does not only teaches us to take better photos, she teaches us to THINK about the photos from conception to lightning, and to think about ourselves as artists, helping us to find our own voice.

  30. This course has been so amazing. I have taken all of Meg’s courses. I love Meg’s teaching and she knocked it out of the park with this course. She has poured herself into the material, giving so much amazing content and information and I learned SO much! She gives really detailed BTS footage which helps me a lot, because I am a visual learner. She also gives exercises to help you work through the things she’s teaching. It’s all wonderful. She is very honest and transparent about her own journey and growth, which is so helpful. I feel like I have grown in so many aspects and as I continue to put to practice all I learned, I hope to continue to grow. I honestly feel like it filled my creative cup like nothing I have done in a long time. Thank you Meg for putting such a wonderful course together.

  31. This workshop has been amazing!! Because my schedule is all over the place, I have really enjoyed the option of being able to study along. I can read and re-read the lessons any time of day and can come back to it when I need a second look. I love the idea of looking through the various periods of art and discovering what I am drawn to. From the lighting to the colors used from those periods. It gives such a foundation for creating and helps with ideas of things to photograph. Meg’s explanation of color and working with colors on the color wheel to help create a cohesive photograph are so useful. I found that I have been doing many of the things Meg teaches and didn’t realize it. This workshop has helped me connect so many dots. It has helped give some direction and confidence in creating some new work! I adore Meg’s images and am so honored that she has worked so hard to put together this wonderful workshop to explain how she creates these images. A lot of heart and soul goes into each new photograph and it shows… beautifully! Thank you. Thank you!

  32. This is the second time I am taking the full-participation class by Meg . It is such an honor to have the opportunity to learn from her. Not only am I in awe of her unparalleled artistry and boundless creativity, I am also deeply touched by her immense passion in sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience with the class. When I took her full-participation for the first time (Finding Classic Beauty), I was too intimidated at the beginning to even want to submit my assignments. But I was so glad I forced myself to finish the assignments because Meg’s feedback was priceless! As soon as I heard about her launching The Artist’s Eye, I simply could not wait to be in her class again. Each week, I look forward to working on my assignment and getting her critique. Now I feel much more confident because I am learning so much from her. Thank you Meg!

    Her materials for the class were expertly prepared and extremely generous that every evening after work, all I want to do is to watch her videos before falling asleep.

    I would love to see more classes offered by Meg.

    Thank you.

  33. This workshop was incredible! Even as a study along, I learned so much. Meg put a lot of thought and planning into this class and you can definitely tell. The flow from week to week builds so perfectly on what you learn. I have taken all of her previous classes and workshops (some multiple times!) and I and so surprised that I can still learn so much more from her. She is an excellent and generous teacher. She always inspires me and challenges me and it was just what I needed to break out of a creative rut. She has a way of making you look inside of yourself and challenge you to be uniquely creative.

  34. This course is packed with so much amazing information! It’s so fun to get a glimpse into Meg’s planning and editing processes. I’ve really enjoyed each week which focuses a different aspect/theme and then the final week really brings everything together. I love how this class has pushed me creativity and helped me to be more intentional with my photography. Thank you so much, Meg!

  35. I’ve taken multiple classes of Meg’s and this is my second full participation class with Meg. Everyone should take this class if they can…especially full participation. Every time I’ve learned to see things in my work that I hadn’t seen before, things I can change and improve upon because Meg’s feedback with such a trained eye is so helpful! One of the things that I love most about Meg’s classes is that she brings together both technique and creativity… I’ve learned new ways to come up with ideas (without just copying someone else) and I’ve learned new techniques to get the look I want… She has challenged me and encouraged me and I’ll always jump at doing any classes she puts out there. She’s an outstanding teacher and artist.

  36. Meg is such a gifted teacher andincredibly talented artist. I’ve taken her classes before and in The Artist’s Eye I learned even more. She pushed us creatively in so many different ways and the learning materials were so in depth and informative! From the PDFs to the editing videos, her weekly Zoom chats and her detailed answers to all the questions, I know I’ll be looking back and re-visiting the materials over and over again. There are so many take aways! As always, her critiques were SO helpful and detailed. I absolutely loved this class and would highly recommend it to anyone.

  37. Meg’s workshops are the absolute best! The beauty behind them all is that they are all uniquely different and uniquely inspiring. Meg is able to explain things in such a simple way that things finally “clicked” for me during some of her videos. It always helps for me to see Meg’s pullback of her shot, the straight of camera image, and her full process of editing. Seeing the whole process from start to finish makes you feel like I CAN DO THIS! I love that we have the material to download and look back on for years to come. I sometimes refer back to certain videos from the past that have inspired me. Meg, you’re the best! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work and teaching the rest of us how to capture the everyday moments in our lives:)

  38. Meg is a phenomenal teacher! This course was amazing on so many levels! After the last four weeks with Meg, I can see how my work has transformed and how it has so much more intention that it ever has before. It was fascinating to see her behind the scenes set ups and her editing. Meg was so helpful answering all of our questions, meeting with us weekly over Zoom and supporting us every step of the way. She covered a vast amount of material ranging from created light, advanced editing techniques and color theory. Each subject was covered in detail and built upon the material from the previous week. So thankful to Meg for sharing her time and talent with all of us – this is a course you do not want to miss!

  39. I’ve attended all of Meg’s classes, and I’ve gained an immense amount of knowledge from each one. Meg is a true artist, and her class has been instrumental in helping me discover my unique style, refine my color palette, and deepen my understanding of light. Her teaching style is truly remarkable; she imparts her knowledge with genuine passion and dedication, making her an exceptional teacher.

  40. I’ve just finished Meg’s course. At the end of week one, I knew I wanted to leave a review. Meg holds nothing back. She gives and gives and gives every ounce of knowledge she has. Sometimes, it’s like trying to take a sip of water from a firehouse. She is so very generous in her teaching. This course has truly broaden my creative range. Highly recommend!

  41. The Artist’s Eye pushed me to a creativity level beyond anything I’ve every done before. And the voice was mine…the one that had me giddy and excited and thinking, “Finally! This is me. I found my visionary voice. I’m creating images unique and original to my soul.”

    The information was so inspiring that on several occasions, I had to get up just as I was about to fall asleep, turn on the light and sketch out the ideas that I had for the upcoming homework so I wouldn’t forget it. There is SO. Much. Information. Meg does not skimp. She went above and beyond and I feel so lucky that I got a full participation spot. Sign up quick b/c full participation sold out! Thanks, Meg!

  42. Absolutely loved this workshop with Meg. I’ve purchased most of her classes through click and am loving this one! I so appreciate that she invites us into her world of photography and is an open book. I took this course as study along because it’s not the best time for me to keep up with projects but the content is so excellent that I was anxiously awaiting each new week to begin to see what lessons were in store. I loved the Q&A even as a study along participant. Her answers are always so insightful, thoughtful and extremely helpful. I would 100% recommend this course to anyone.

  43. Discovering Megan’s photography workshops was a turning point for me. After abandoning my photography passion due to the challenges of 2020, stumbling upon Megan’s stunning Instagram photos reignited my inspiration. Her impeccable use of light, colors and composition left me in awe and motivated me to learn from her. Attending “The Artist’s Light” workshop was a transformative experience, where I learned artificial light techniques while gaining invaluable insights into storytelling and colors. Megan’s guidance and inspiration not only helped me rediscover my love for photography but also enabled me to capture priceless memories of my daughters. I am grateful for this workshop and highly recommend it to any photographer seeking to enhance their skills.

  44. I use to love Megs works but after this class I not only love it I admire and respect her work even more, but also started to love and respect my own work and my way to do everything, I get so inspire to explore to create to go even further from where I am. to have fun on the process and to look for inspiration in everyday.

  45. This class has been amazing. I consider myself a fairly advanced photographer and sometimes it’s so easy to just get into your rhythm of things. This class pushed me- in a good way. I spent a lot of time reflecting and being more present while photographing because of all the rich material we were learning and the reflective prompts. Like all of Meg’s classes, she is an exceptional teacher, generous with her knowledge and time. The class builds on itself very intuitively and there are several detailed videos Meg shares of her entire process from setting up the photograph through to final edit. It’s a wealth of knowledge I know I will continue to learn from.

  46. I just finished taking the artists eye and all I can say is wow!!!! Meg pours her heart into this course and breaks down her entire process each week. She shows so many behind the scenes and lighting setups that are really inspiring and will help you shoot in all conditions. She goes through her entire editing process in many many videos. This class was so informative and inspiring.

  47. Meg really knocked it out of the park with this course! Each week has pushed me to focus on a different aspect of my photography to help create cohesive storytelling portraits. Each week is unique, but flows together seamlessly with the others to really up your level of portraiture. I especially liked the focus on light and learning more about Meg’s light setups and why she used the lights she did. The full participation is worth every penny, as Meg provides incredibly detailed and thoughtful feedback. I am excited to see where I can take my photography after learning so much in this course.

  48. This class was so helpful, even as a study along participant. Meg is such a great instructor and is gifted at helping students create something that is meaningful to them. She’s always been one of my favorite instructors for workshops that I’ve taken, not only because I love her style of photos, but because she knows how to feedback that will help others find their voice and make their artwork even better. I loved learning about the methods she uses when creating an image and all the thought that goes into it, down to the smallest details. I am one who often throws photos together on a whim, and this class has helped me to put more thought and preparation into making it a better work of art. The weeks we spent on creative light and color were helpful and inspiring. This has pulled me out of my winter slump and made me excited to pull out my camera and actually feel like I can do what I envision for my photos. Thanks Meg!

  49. This course was able to be purchased on weekend but no longer seems to be for sale? Will it be available to buy on demand?

    1. Hi Chris! This workshop is a small group workshop and not self-paced, so it’s only available during certain times of the year. The next registration will be opening in one month. There are full participation and study along options. If you prefer to go through the materials at your own pace, then I would consider the study along option. Hope this helps!

  50. Hello, is the training only in English? It’s sold out, was there a maximum number of registrations? Will she come back within the year? nice evening Adeline

    1. Hi Adeline! The workshop is in English but if requested I can have all videos have English subtitles. Full participation seats did sellout. The maximum number is limited so I can provide quality time and CC to those students. Study along seats are unlimited and available. These seats receive all the materials like full participation, but follow along only. I will be offering this workshop two more times this year. Once in the summer and once in the fall.

  51. How is this course different from her Behind the Scenes? I absolutely love her work and tried to create something like it this weekend, but it was a huge failure. I thought the Behind the Scenes would help me out but each set up is so individualized it’s hard to figure out how to do it on your own, or maybe I’m just a terrible learner, lol. There doesn’t seem to be any specifics to reference to repeat for any photo with similar lighting. Although to be honest I haven’t watched the all yet, because they are a bit hard to sit through. The way she teaches in the Behind The Scenes course is so drawn out at getting to the point that sometimes it’s hard to hang in there and not want to just keep using the mouse to move through it and then possibly miss something. Would you say the teaching is the same in this course? I can’t really afford to put out $150 and then not be able to make it through and learn from it.

    1. Hi Cindy! The Artist’s Eye is a workshop designed for artist’s who are looking to strengthen storytelling within portraiture. It heavily focuses on fine art, conceptual and self portraiture. This workshop is targeted towards intermediate to seasoned photographers. The Artist’s Eye has weekly PDFs (on average they are about 50 pages long each week), and include in-depth and lengthy videos showing styling, pullbacks and full edits of each image (often averaging one to two hours long). Many of the videos do contain composite work within Photoshop. We go in-depth on detail and nuance, creative inspiration through many art mediums, light (both natural and created) and how it shapes mood and influences color and clarity, and exploration of color to deepen our artistic vision. It is entirely different from the Behind the Scenes Course which is strictly videos only. The Behind the Scenes workshop was never created for participants to replicate the work I shared, but to show my process and hope that those taking the workshop would apply what they learned in their own way. I hope this information was helpful.

    1. Hi Nicole! You go through the workshop at your own pace when it is convenient for you. You have access to the workshop for an entire year to go through and download the materials if you like.

    1. Hi Jessica! With the study along option you receive all the materials just like full participation, but follow along only. You won’t be able to ask questions or receive CC, but you do get complimentary access to the full participation platform to view their questions.

      1. Meg Loeks is a genuine, knowledgeable, encouraging, and true educator. The Artist’s Eye was my first class through Click Photo School. I joined with a full-participation seat, and the value far exceeding the expense. The instruction Meg provided was detailed, specific, and artistic. She is an artist and has the passion to share what she loves. This course will inspire you in ways you never knew you needed to be inspired! This course will draw skills and interests out of you that you never knew you had!
        In this case, when in doubt…DO take this course!!!

  52. Hi,

    I’m a lifetime member and saw that you have early acces to this course.
    but it still says email when registration opens.
    what am I doing wrong?

    kind regards


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