I’m leading The Art of Visual Storytelling at the Dallas Center for Photography this upcoming March 7-11, 2018.
This four and a half day workshop will allow you to share your work in an intimate session and learn about the many new ways we can create photographs, tell visual stories, work with mobile photography and develop your personal style and approach as it applies to documentary work. And for those professionals who want to grow and develop your work to a new level, for publication online and in books, exhibitions and websites, this workshop will propel that change.
The workshop will cover:
- Composition for richer storytelling
- Image editing and narrative development
- Digital workflow and the importance of metadata for improved authorship
- How to shoot and think to create multimedia projects
- Portfolio development and dissemination of your work
Day 1- Review my work and class introductions, going over our personal history and goals in life and with our photography. We’ll view each student’s work. Goals of the workshop are to either produce a new story or develop further an ongoing project.
Day 2- Shoot in the morning and afternoon, concentrating on landscapes and environmental portraits. Then return to the classroom from 10am to 3pm to download and edit the day’s work and have discussions on composition, editing and narrative development.
Day 3- Shoot in the morning and afternoon, concentrating on the candid moment. Then return to the classroom from 10am to 3pm to download and edit the day’s work and have discussions on your progress in your project. We will also discuss multimedia and its role in visual storytelling today.
Day 4- Shoot in the morning and afternoon, concentrating on completing your story. Then return to classroom from 10am to 3pm to download and edit the day’s work and have discussions on your progress in your project.
Day 5- Spend the whole day in the classroom editing the week’s work to prepare a final edit of 10-15 images to be shared in a group critique in the afternoon, where we will go over sequencing in a group session to prepare our final show.
Early registration is $975 and ends Tuesday, February 6 at 11:59pm. Late registration is $1125.
For more information and to register, click here.