From a Solo Participant in the Sunrise Nature/Wildflower Photo
I'm still thinking about the Photo Shoot we had last week.
I've applied some of the techniques I learned in the workshop
and I can't wait to see how they turned out.
I was very pleased with the 'workshop', how it was organized,
and what I got out of it. In the past, 'workshops' that
I have attended were often stuffy, providing canned material
of text book information in a theoretical setting. In this
regard, I feel calling your Photo Shoot a 'workshop' is
a misnomer. For me, it was a 'Photo Shoot Experience' or
a 'Photo Shoot Participation'!
What I enjoyed about the experience was:
- the informality of the 'experience',
- the real life setting of the 'shoot',
- having a professional photographer critique my compositions,
- critiquing a professional photographers compositions.
In general, I feel the 'experience' is whatever you want
to make it and that is what makes it unique. The experience
can be picking the brain of a professional photographer
in his environment while he is performing a shoot, it can
be taking your own pictures in a beautiful setting, or it
can be any combination of the above. It is whatever you
want to make it!
Would I do this again? In a heart beat!
for the 'experience',