Posts Tagged ‘Photography Education’

Teaching Photography: Rediscovery

Teaching Photography: Rediscovery

There comes a point in time when a relatively new teacher, such as myself (fourth year), feels like we hit a stride and all of a sudden our role in this world seems to take shape, things start “clicking.” This was that semester for me.

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Road Trip 2010 Day 00 – Planning the Trip

Road Trip 2010 Day 00 - Planning the Trip

John & Thea Trefethen are hitting the road and all of you are welcome to come along. Throughout the duration of the trip I will be posting a series of video blogs that discuss everything from what inspired the journey to how to prepare and ultimately approach the subject of photography.

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Artist Focus – Christian Boltanski

Artist Focus - Christian Boltanski

Christian Boltanski is an artist known for his installation work. Among these installations are the notions of mass genocide that took place during the Holocaust. His work forces viewers to consider their place among the masses as they walk through towering heights of stacked boxes and other human artifacts, leaving viewers with the impression of abandonment.

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Practice Practice Practice

Practice Practice Practice

Like any athlete, the art of photography requires discipline and practice. Take the sport of cycling for example, at the competitive level, (racing against some of the top-level professionals in the US) this discipline demands vast amounts of time. Training time is spent developing base fitness, pedaling rhythm, energy efficiency, bike handling skills, pack mobility, […]

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