This is a workshop designed to help participants tap into their own personal experiences to create a more defined dramatic narrative in their photography. Its purpose it also to demonstrate how incredibly informative the process of self-portraiture can be. Using yourself as a model to tell a story makes your imagery even more personal and allows you to participate directly with your space and your image.
Chances are you’re not the only person experiencing your story; this workshop will demonstrate how your personal experiences can be viewed and interpreted on a larger scale to evoke social or political change, to create a voice through imagery, to create drama and tension, and to tell a story in one single image.
This workshop emphasizes techniques that allow you to create dramatic narrative photography through the use of simplistic set-ups, props and symbolism, natural and artificial light and Photoshop skills.