Picture: Photographer shooting the Point Reyes Headlands, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California
The weekend before Thanksgiving I was delighted to be teaching another 3-day photo workshop for the Point Reyes Field Institute. The class, “Point Reyes – On Assignment” focused on visual storytelling, including learning to react to the environment and what the light was doing, as well as looking for compelling details. I made the image above using one of the students while demonstrating some principles of composition and establishing relationships between subjects within the frame.
There was a wonderful variety of images made by all the students, and with their permission, I’m delighted to share some of their work here for your enjoyment.
My sincere thanks again to all the students who participated in this workshop. It was a really great bunch of people, perhaps only matched by the unbelievably and insanely nice weather.
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PS: For anyone who is interested, I’ll be teaching another of my 1-day “Panoramic Point Reyes” photo workshops on January 18th, 2014. Click the link on the class name for more information.
PPS: Workshop participant Sean McLean has written several great blog posts of his own about his experience in the workshop. If you’d like to read them, the two parts currently available are here: PART 1 – PART 2.
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