Hello to all,
My name is Mike Hardy. I recently joined this wonderful group. But, I
am sorry to say that I can't be there with y'all. I am currently
deployed to Afghanistan and should be here till sometime this winter.
I am takin many photos here and plan to work on my skills as much as I
can while here. I work with some Combat Photographers and they are
able to help me a little. I can't make it to your workshops that you
have planned but ask that u send me assignments/missions of my own to
take photos for y'all. Please email me with suggestions and I am
ready. I will post any photos that I take on the website for everyone
to look at and add comments too.
Look forward to seeing everyone when I come home,
On 6/21/10, Ian Murray <[address removed]> wrote:
> Announcing a new Meetup for Photography Workshops!
> What: One shot deal. - photo-shoot Boston's North-End
> When: Friday, June 25,[masked]:00 PM
> Price: $30.00 per person
> 2 Atlantic Ave Boston (jct with Commercial Street)
> Boston, MA 02110
> Photography begins and ends with vision, your vision as a photographer and
> the vision of the viewer who sees the final image. ?The strength of a
> photographer rests in the ability to make the viewer experience and share
> the same powerful "vision" and emotional connection which moved her to take
> the shot.
> While there are many techniques and pieces of equipment which enable us to
> translate our vision into a presentable image, these alone do not guarantee
> success, indeed too much reliance on equipment and technical niceties often
> have the opposite effect by getting in the way of our passion and emotional
> connection with a potential image.
> This intimate workshop will pare down your equipment, it will releive you of
> the technical burden of tweaking those settings and instead will free your
> vision and open ?your senses to the opportunities that are waiting to move
> your photographic passion.
> During this three hour workshop we will break our habit of pointing and
> shooting we Will spend a considerable amount of time with our cameras firmly
> packed away in our backpacks while we Study and connect with our subject. We
> will limit ourselves to perhaps just two or three photographs. But each
> photograph we take will have come from the special place deep inside our
> creative psyches where great photographs are incubated.
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