Learn how to compose critical elements of chaotic scenes by infusing elements of composition and layers into your work, ensuring subjects are communicated clearly and universally to viewers. Learn to dissect images with these elements to determine how, if and why they work. Finally, demonstrate mastery of the taught techniques by completing a culminating project with a mini essay in a cinematic fashion.
This is part 2 of 3 of the Documentary Photographer’s Journey.
You can take this course individually or bundled with the others.
Join Bridget and push your knowledge & your work further with “The Documentary Photographer’s Journey” mentored workshop series.
This program has been designed as the next step after learning about the documentary approach to photography. Each section consists of 5 weeks of in-depth and hands-on mentoring, taking you through how to use light, composition and moment and enabling you to make stronger documentary images.
This Mentored workshop will challenge you to think in ways you have never thought before and will help you build the confidence you need to charge your worth and to start earning some damn money.
It is full of detailed information and walks you step-by-step through various structures and methods so you can choose which one fits to your market, your business and your life.
This program will be customized to the needs of the 12 participants. Topics covered will include things such as: How to commit to mastering your DFP Business, Creating a strong brand position, The phases of marketing and how to implement each, market anaylsis and research techniques, local/community marketing and much more.
This 10 day crash course is about getting in touch with your photographic sense of humor, learning to better anticipate funny moments, and composing intentionally to clearly convey the humor. We all find different things funny. We’ll do some deep digging to give you a clearer understanding of how your sense of humor plays into your overall photographic voice. We’ll work on slowing down, learning to find the humor in different situations, and getting better at anticipating moments instead of chasing them. We’ll delve into why composition is crucial to making a good picture of a funny moment. Composition can make all the difference in whether a funny moment translates and having some general rules of thumb in mind when shooting will help take your work to the next level.