Here are some images that Charles Steinberg took during his recent workshop, with tips for taking your own photos!
The above image is a riddle. Who or what is this? The name of the photo is “Manson’s Lagoon Sphinx.” Does that help you sort this image out?
How does one create such a symmetrical image? The blue is the top right corner is a clue for you. Our class participants often find using reflections can create unusual and exciting images. Okay, rotate the image 90 degrees clockwise and you will see the shoreline reflection I saw on a very still day.
Do you take iPhone images of your friends, family and special life events? Or do you take images of nature and the environment?
Either way, photos that are more compelling and riveting will help you tell a more meaningful story.
Images straight out of the iPhone have some challenges. They often lack sharpness, clarity, saturation, contrast and balance.
In the iPhone photography course on June 24-29th, we will create images and apply powerful yet simple edits to make them more memorable. We will immerse in the unique beauty of Hollyhock and Cortes Island to discover, compose and share our personal visions.
Douglas Beasley’s personal vision explores the spiritual aspects of people and place and is concerned with how the sacred is recognized and expressed in everyday life. He hopes that his photographs act as prayer-like offerings, as a departure point for the viewer’s own visual or spiritual journey.
Well, well, well, look who it is! It’s meeeeeeee! I’ve been simply buried my darlings. The last couple months of my life have been completely taken up with the Great Job Hunt of 2013. It was epic, and successful! Whew! Now that I’m gainfully employed I can turn my attention back to the important things like blogging! Lucky you!
So, last fall I did an internship with Hollyhock. I’m not going to go into detail about what they do here because you can get all of that information over on their great website. Suffice it to say that it’s a great organization and I highly recommend checking them out! As kind of a thank you I had the pleasure of attending one of their workshops on Cortes Island this past weekend. It.was.fantastic. It was a nine hour trek to get to Cortes Island from my beloved Vancouver, but it was well worth the long haul. Cortes Island is astonishingly beautiful, all lush, and green, and rugged. I’m pretty sure I saw a lynx… even though the lovely driver of the van I took to Hollyhock from the ferry landing was pretty sure it was a domestic cat. Potato potato right?