One On One Mentorship Workflow
In terms of workshop structure, it’s best to look at the topics I've outlined previously, in terms of five major forms of activities:
1] choosing where to be and what to shoot
2] camera work
4] image processing
5] expressive printing and digital media presentation
This form will cover most of the selected topic content and more in procedural terms. It also accommodates flexibility in our dialogue which can only enhance our experience. The invisible sixth activity, is repeat and refine the first five until it looks like what you feel.
This natural procession will of course encourage the inclusion of more of these topics. It’s up to you, but I’ll always suggest a next or concurrent topic to adopt…. because there always is one and I’m endeavoring to create an educational relationship that takes you to an authentic place in your creative work.
Ansel Adams said, “…. Remember that a photograph can hold just as much as we put into it, and no one has ever approached the full possibilities of the medium….”
If you are truly interested in the possibilities of this medium, let's set up a time to meet. Bring up to 10 of your images you consider successful... and 10 you consider unsuccessful, with reasons for each. A critique and discussion over that will point the way to our first topics.
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