With the advent of digital photography, many of us can master the craft of photography. Unfortunately, with the attention on the mastering the technical details, the artistry can get lost or in most cases is never developed. What’s much harder, is developing ones own vision or as I call it learning to see. A good technical background in service of rendering ones vision is what makes a great photographer. I’ll be talking about seeing and becoming in touch with ones own vision.
I’ve been taking photographs for over 30 years. I started out as a street shooter in New York City. When I graduated college I went into advertising and fashion photography for a short time. Now I live in Boulder and do abstract and nature photos.
In Mark’s presentation “Ultimate Composition” he will show us the age-old secrets of finding that beautiful angle, framing, and composition to take your art to the next level. Mark has been using this technique in his work for his entire professional career and it’s proven true every time.