FIND YOUR LIGHT AND SHARE THE LOVE!
Learn to create emotive imagery that speaks from your heart by working with visualization and intuition, using landscape marks, and finding ways to connect to your subject. Olga will provide tools for personal and professional growth by teaching you new techniques, workflows and tips, as well as encouraging and supporting your development as an artist and storyteller.
“This workshop is about YOU, your passion and struggles, your journey and discoveries. I'm simply here to help you find your strengths, to enable you to discover and translate your unique voice, to improve your photography and storytelling. I’ll help you grow and progress, as you discover your Voice, learn a solid understanding of the elements of the frame, bringing light, composition, elements of design, moments and storytelling together, while keeping your photography and home life in harmony, enabling to connect to your audience, and continue progressing.”
The course aims to discover the student's personal strengths. It will provide tools for personal and professional growth by learning new techniques, as well as encouragement and support for the student’s development as an artist and storyteller. This course is not genre specific and all photographic interests are welcome.
This course is beneficial for both new and experienced photographers.
You will learn:
- how to develop and refine your personal photography voice and style
- how to effectively communicate and direct your subjects to reveal the heart of your photoshoot
- how to create emotive imagery and showcase connection
- how to use psychology in photography
- how to use location and landscape marks in your photography
- how to incorporate different elements of design for stronger composition
- how to see and make the most of light
- how to see and shoot through the moment
- how to finish in post-processing in line with your style
- how to put your work “out there” and connect to your audience
- how to find the direction of your photographic journey
- how to create a “photography map”, to keep progressing, continuing to stay true to yourself as you develop your skills and talent