Failure Comes From Not Trying
Have the answer before the problem presents itself.
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Learning How To Fly
Welcome to a great opportunity of exploring, creating, learning, experimenting and participating in lively discussions to enhance your photographic vision.
Mentorship Programs will help you overcome your hurdles and develop your strengths. You receive personal attention, creative assignments, and feedback that will help propel you forward with your photography development and towards realizing your photographic goals and dreams.
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International Center Of Photography
Specialty Workshops Offered:
- Taking a Picture/Making a Picture
- Directing the Show
- Controlling the Key-light
- Gorillas Shooting
- Creative Lighting
- Creative Color
- Fashion “The Art of Breaking the Rules”
- Portrait “A Different Perspective”
- Shooting Your Way To A Million.
- Studio Techniques
The first thing I say when I am teaching:
"It's not about my photography, it's all about your photography. I will help you get to where you want to go and then some."
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are challenged to re-invent how they see light and to use composition to keep the viewer in the picture. With a better understanding of each separately, combining the two will give a photographer the ability to construct an image that is technically sound and artistically striking.
It's all about the light!
There is a noticeable difference between an ordinary snap and a truly memorable image. The memorable shot establishes a connection to the soul of the subject and the photographer's execution in capturing that connection in an instant. The near mystical play of dark and light, the angle that is just right, or the suggestive spread of a shadow to accent a captured moment can elevate a photo to a much higher creative plane.
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Eight Steps to Success
• Decide What You Want
• Write It Down
• Set A Deadline
• Make A List
• Organize Your List
• Take Action
• Do Something Every Day
• Know How To Ask For It
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Looking for the next generation.
Mentoring for the serious photographer.
I believe that what works the best is when an image presents contradiction. Conflicting disciplines or subjects trigger a response from an unknown place.
For some photographers taking pictures is a fun hobby or a form of expression, while for others it becomes a part-time home based business. For a select few it is a serious job and their sole source of income. In order to give yourself a chance too take it to another level, an artist must understand and balance both the creative side and the business of photography. In practice most avoid the business altogether and few possess relevant knowledge to propel their creative expression.
Hands On • One On One Instruction • Consultation
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The word PHOTOGRAPHY
was first used by Johann von Maedler. It is based on the Greek photos “light” and graphe “representation by means of lines” or “drawing” together meaning “drawing with light”.
Robert Meyer believes that the two essential elements in a good photograph are vision and light. Vision is the foundation of a good photograph which determines the way a photographer uses light. This can be the manipulation of natural light or the creation of light through strobes or continuance light sources. In both cases photographers are essentially painting with light. Accomplishing the use of light for a specific effect results in a photograph that reveals what the photographer wants to convey. Light is the primary tool in fulfilling that vision.
Robert Meyer started his photography career 41 years ago. In that time period he has learned how to not only see the light that can be controlled but to feel the light for that believable edge. That moment in time that reveals something special a thought, an emotion, a feeling that will draw the viewer into the image for that shared experience.
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