|October, colors and light
I just returned back from 2 inspirational and restorative trips - the first teaching at Kripalu in the Berkshires, and then off to Newfoundland, Canada to teach at the Unscripted Twillingate Digital Arts Festival (if you'd like to see some of my images from these trips, please visit my Instagram account). Now it's back to the hustle and bustle of city life!
My Croatia workshop in March has a deposit deadline coming up. Please see side bar for more info.
Tis the season for family portraits. If you are interested in having your family photographed, please email me ASAP to reserve your date and time.
Thinking about holiday gifts? Consider purchasing a beautiful photograph for a wall or as holiday cards. To view my images, please click here. Email me for prices or more information.
Wishing you a wonderful and colorful October!
Sunrise at Kripalu
Art of Intuitive Photography:
Deposits for my Croatia workshop (March 25-April 2, 2020) is due Oct 25th. There are only a few seats left so be sure to submit your deposit ASAP!
New Teachers, New Classes
I'm so excited to have 2 new teachers join the team: Keith Lowry and Matt Ball (you can view their profiles here). Both Keith and Matt are former students and each brings their own unique eye to teaching. Look at our schedule for the new portrait photography and texture classes.
Bronx Botanical Garden Class
Every quarter I teach an adult education class at the NYBG. My next class will be held November 16th. For more info or to register please click here.
Tips For Shooting In The Fall
As the season and temperatures shift, there tends to be more dramatic skies and storms. Make sure to have your camera with you to document the before, during, and after.
- Look all over! Don't be afraid to move and get close to an object. You know you're close enough when you can touch it.
- Look for light, and notice how it changes the color of a leaf or a blade of grass.
- Don't hesitate to return to a location at different times of the day - you'll notice a shift in the mood or atmosphere depending on light and weather conditions.
- Follow your heart and be open. It will lead you to where the photographs are.
- Go out and shoot! You may have no idea what kind of photos you want to take, but there is always something that wants to be captured.