September 7, 2021
at 9:00am -
4204 Shurell Pkwy
Photography is not just about figuring out the right aperture, lens sharpness or your camera settings. It’s about more important elements such as “voice”, “emotion”, and “point of view”. It’s about being a visual storyteller.A picture without a story is just that: a superficial picture. Without a story, the photography has no depth, no personal meaning, no emotion. An image with a story is the catalyst in triggering a chain reaction of emotions making it memorable, iconic and impactful. Stories are all about making us excited, laugh, cry or feel empathy for someone else.Kristy Steeves has spent her life as a storyteller, first as an award winning television journalist of 25 years, and later as a photographer. She will share her approach on how she creates “characters” for photographic competition and for her clients, not only to tell a unique story of each person, but to add emotional impact and meaning to their images through composition, lighting, posing, choice of clothing and props. Then we will take one of our images from this workshop and composite several elements together to create an impactful story fit for photographic competition.It is our job to narrate someone’s story in a single frame. Let the image speak. Give it a voice. Kristy invites you to come and create, to find your voice, to write your story. Just like a good book or film that gets you emotionally invested in its characters photographers can do the same with their images.
Items to Bring:
- laptop (and a Pocket Wizard if you have one)