40 Frames at Bayside
Modern digital cameras can take hundreds of photographs per minute. Digital cameras, too, allow the photographer to view photographs instantly on the camera screen, another potential advantage.
But might these apparent advantages actually be in some circumstances disadvantages? Does taking more pictures necessarily mean the photographer will take better ones?
The workshop, which includes a photowalk at Bayside followed by a critique, questions our assumptions about the speed and convenience of digital cameras, focuses instead on the creative power of limits and constraints, on the benefits of slowing down in order to heighten our ability to observe, thus refining our photographic skills and sensibilities.
Schedule: Sunday 10:00am / 3:00pm
Maximum number of participants: 10
Taught by: Scott Brennan