Outdoor Photography – Holidays & Courses Ultimate Guide 2018
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 25.8 MB Whenever I’ve had the chance to be involved in a photography workshop, be it as a participant, bystander or assistant, it’s always so inspiring to see how well people learn and grow when they’re in a group. Being a photographer can be isolating (although having that solitary time is an important part of the creative process) but the joining together with others is often where the excitement lies. Conversations can help a photographer discover and develop their vision, or even open up the chance for them to see his or her work diff erently. It’s also much easier to notice what’s successful in other peoples’ pictures than it is in your own so perceptions you make on another participant’s work might feed into your own photography. If we stay respectful and receptive, objectivity is a powerful tool. So take a look at the variety of courses listed in this booklet and see what group you’d like to be a part of. There’s a whole range on off er, covering lots of diff erent levels and interests. While the sections of Landscape and Wildlife cover a wide variety of courses, there are others resisting such straightforward categorisation and are more specialised in the Courses with a Diff erence section. If you’re a regular workshop participant you might prefer a one-to-one session, which you’ll also fi nd in this booklet. Some of the expert workshop leaders have shared their top tips so you can get started and then decide what photography community you’d like to join.