I have taught so many classes about different aspects of photography. Photographers want to improve their skills, and they think knowing the technical part is the most important thing to focus on.
Most definitely, if you do not know how to control that little machine you hold in your hand (the camera), you won’t be able to achieve all that you might hope for. Technical skills ARE important (and I have lots of classes about that).
But actually technical skills are not the “most” important part. The artistic and creative side of photography is equally important, and that’s where many photographers assume that’s either not as important OR they don’t think they can learn to be creative. Both assumptions are false.
SO: What Are You Looking For?
Are you wanting to open yourself up to new possibilities in your photography? Are you wanting to fall in love with photography all over again? Are you just creating images that are “more of the same” over and over again? Are you at a loss for what to try next?
I created a class that I know will help you, and it’s actually a class you can take at any skill level and using any camera, even a smart phone! From the most advanced photographers to the just-starting-out-beginners, this class is for you.
If I could make it a “required” class that you have to take before taking any other class, I think I would. I really think this matters THAT much.
So, if you are willing to trust me on this, I encourage you to check out my Finding Your Way – Photography Workshop and sign up for it. I really believe you will find it will advance you in your photography in ways you might not have even imagined yet.
If the dates/times for the current class I have posted don’t work for you, just let me know. I am happy to add another.
“There is no such thing as creative and non-creative people, only people who use their creativity and people who don’t.”
– Brene Brown
“The creative adult is the child who survived.” – Urula Leguin
I hope to see you in this class, soon. Just do it – Click Here
P.S. I wholeheartedly believe you will find this class worthwhile., but don’t just take my word for it. Here’s what class participants are saying about it:
- “I want to tell you that the class yesterday was EXCELLENT. It is different than any other and better than most any. I have played it over in my mind many times even in the short time since it ended.”
- “Great inspiration and offerings to stretch my thinking when considering a photograph. Made me THINK! And finally a photography project to implement those thoughts.”
- “Kevin presented a rousing, creative program that really enabled me to visualize a host of new directions for me move that will give me more joy in my photography. He helped me ‘take my blinders off.’ Now it’s apparent that there is a universe of new ways to help make my photos more meaningful TO ME!”
- “I felt the thoughtful, caring attitude that was projected not only by the teacher but students was the strong point. I very much liked the huge number of thought provoking suggestions and the videos were delightful but more than that they got the points across.”
- “I like the stimulation to get out of my photographic rut(s). Showing me innumerable examples of different photographic approaches was very helpful. But mostly, I liked your non-critical, non-directive encouragement for me to find more satisfying ways to enjoy photography.”
- “I have been on a number of workshops with Kevin, which were all amazing, but this was exceptionally different.”
- “a chance to consider new ideas and approaches, a chance to try new things”
- “I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for new sparks or wanting to push yourself in new ways creatively and technically.”
- “really helped me to look at my photography in a more emotional way rather than being so concerned about technical aspects”
- “I loved the projects and homework we were given to apply the information after leaving the workshop”
- “It was a fantastic experience.”
- “Kevin’s creative ideas for sparking photographic enthusiasm and the opportunity to think about project ideas, and go out and photograph with that new philosophy, made holding a camera in my hand new and exciting again.”