Karen Divine, Instructor
July 31 – August 4, 2017 (9am-4pm)
In this workshop, we step outside the role of photographer and into that of an artist. We will push the limits of how we see by isolating textures, forms, and shapes and approach our new work by learning to let our intuition be our guide. We work in a spontaneous and playful way, creating work that surprises and excites us. And, we’ll do this using the iPhone and iPad.
Whidbey Island is a compelling place for photographers and a perfect location for our exploration. The richness of the light, colors, and textures provides inspiration. Through lectures and daily assignments, you will learn to create compelling multi-layered imagery and begin discovering the work that inspires you.
We learn to create beautiful single imagery and go in depth with a multi-layering app, much easier than Photoshop and all on your iPhone. Our mornings are spent in critique, reviewing the work of artists who are unencumbered by the world of expectations, who create solely for themselves. Most of all, we learn to be playful, letting intuition take over and allowing our images to evolve.