Success in Photography Is in the Details
We all want to make great photographs. Yet our best efforts often fall short of our aspirations. We followed the rules, we lit it right, we exposed it right, posed it right, composed it right, processed it right… but too often something is missing. The image just doesn’t have the impact that we had hoped for.
The Art of Seeing is a fun and thought-provoking talk that will explain the science behind “seeing” and why humans are so bad at seeing details. Using a combination of science, psychology, art, and humor, Joe will demonstrate how personal perspective and attention to detail, as opposed to RULES, will separate the good from the great.
The presentation includes videos as well as a demonstration that will show how you can dramatically improve your photographs, whatever the subject matter, by improving your ability to “see.”
What you will learn:
- Why is it so hard to “see” all the details in real time? We will look at the science behind why humans struggle with details.
- How to take great photographs without paying attention to RULES.
- The importance of FAILURE to improving as a photographer.
- Joe’s TOP 18 TIPS for improving your ability to “SEE”.
- … and much more!
Details About This Photography Presentation by Joe Edelman
Duration: 90 minutes with time for Q&A
The Art of Seeing is available as an In-Person or Virtual Presentation
Intended audience: Photographers of all levels. This is an excellent Camera Club talk and it has also been presented as a Keynote talk.
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