"Seeing Well" at Blithewold Gardens & Arboretum
A photography workshop with Jan Armor about making good pictures
This workshop is about training your eye to see well - making pictures that are interesting and emotive, using your eyes, your heart and your head.
The world is a chaotic place. Seeing well is about framing captivating compositions in the viewfinder. What you choose to include and exclude can transform your photographs from ordinary to extraordinary.
Seeing well is about choosing your moment and your point of view. And of course, seeing well is about “seeing the light”.
Vision is everything. Vision is seeing well, from first encounter with your subject to the final picture on the wall.
Cole Thompson’s Rule of Thirds suggests, “A great image is comprised of 1/3 vision, 1/3 the shot and 1/3 processing.”
Join a group of like-minded photographers for a fun and instructive evening in a spectacular location.
September 21st from 4 PM to 9 PM
Rain date: Sept 22nd
(A significant portion of the proceeds is donated to Blithewold.)
Maximum: 12 intermediate photographers. Call me if you are not sure this workshop is for you.
Pictures well seen by one of my contemporaries, Cole Thompson:
Here also are several photographs that exemplify “seeing the moment well” by yours truly. This is a different kind of seeing:
I am a fine art photographer and teacher. Examples of my work and biographical information can be found at http://www.armorphoto.com