Photography and the Creative Process: Moving Beyond Recipes and Formulae

Nov 04, 2020 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


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Randy Collier has been a long-time friend of the Wasatch Camera Club and is passionate about all things “photography”… even after a full-time photography career of 40+ years. He has been a part of nearly every aspect of photography. He has owned portrait and commercial studios. He has worked closely with federal government agencies involved with photography, mountain west photo labs, and camera dealers serving the professional photographers. He leads workshops and seminars and serves as a mentor and online
Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop instructor. Randy has been a teacher and workshop leader for the past 30 years and is very familiar with both the film and digital world. He has both his Master and Craftsman degrees from the Professional Photographers of America.

One of his favorite things to do is to be with people who love photography and show them some of the most beautiful places in the world … to capture and then to help them learn to process their images to reflect what they saw in their mind and felt in their heart. This online Zoom workshop will focus on ten tips that will help you move away from step-by-step, recipe-centric, formula-bound mechanisms and move towards a more fluid way to process your photography; to use your mind's eye to work the images to be more like you felt as you were taking them.

This members' only Zoom workshop requires registration (open until 6 pm the day of the event). Upon registration you will be emailed the Zoom login information. Please retain that email. (Though, as always, a reminder email with the Zoom URL will also be sent the afternoon prior to the workshop.)