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How important is your vision?

From: Ian M.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 10:11 AM

"There is only one thing worse than being blind and that is having sight but no vision"  Hellen Keller

The one thing we say about  great photographers  is that they have a "good eye". It's true that some rare beings are blessed with  a naturally good eye but for the rest of us it is something that can and must be learned.

Over the coming weekend (Oct 20 and 21) Photography Workshops is running a two day class entitled "Expanding Your vision" in which you will be led through a number of exercises and challenges that will set you on the road to developing a much stronger eye.  

Buying better equipment, learning to master the bells and whistles on your camera or becoming a master of post-processing are all for naught  if your eye doesn't lead you take the strongest, most interesting shot when it is in front of you.


For a mere $120 you get a full two days of instruction and advice from one of the best teachers of photography in New England.  It wiill be fun, informative and challenging.  check out the details and sign up at:


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