The Big Picture at the Santa Fe Workshops
I apologize in advance for using the Lenscratch platform to share this news, but I am very excited to be asked to teach at the Santa Fe Workshops, an organization that is known for excellence in photographic workshops. This coming March 7 – 10th, I will be teaching a 4 day workshop titled, The Big Picture. My goal is to have students leave filled up with new ideas and ways to make imagery, a focused vision for how to get work into the fine art market, and ways to bring a new level of professionalism to their presentations.
“Making great photographs is sometimes only half the journey. Getting them seen, and seen in the right context, is often the final leg. Photographers interested in exploring fine-art photography on a professional level need to understand the landscape of the fine-art community.
This four-day workshop explores not only genres and new approaches in contemporary image making, but also how to present your work to the fine-art and documentary markets. Aline has crafted “The Big Picture” to help you find your voice and discover how to package your work, and yourself, in a professional manner.
We begin by honing our portfolios with reviews, and learning how to set goals. We construct resumes, bios, and personal statements that explain and enhance our work. Photographic assignments round out the workshop experience. While Aline’s assignments take into account the many colorful backdrops afforded by Santa Fe, they are also designed to challenge you to explore new ways of seeing the world.
Come unlock new energies, and learn how best to share your vision and creativity with others. Be prepared for a workshop filled with inspiration, fun and self-discovery!”
If you register before January 1st, they will wave the $45 registration fee.
Hope to see you there!
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