Dick Anderson • Thursday All Day
LOCATION: SUITE 268W
In this digital age, we’re awash in photographs documenting every aspect of our experience. Here’s a chance to both sharpen your craft and your ability to appreciate photography as an art form. We’ll discuss the inspirations our photographs awaken in each other and write about the discoveries we’ve encountered in this process. Then we’ll journey outside to take photos that incorporate the perspectives of our morning experiences.
- Develop a distinct mindset in your approach to photography
- Use poetry, prose, and other descriptive writing to expand and enrich your photography experience
- Leave with a greater sense of how your photography can be a gateway to further artistic expression
Bring your camera. Also bring two or three of your favorite photos to share. If you wish to share your images electronically, bring your digital camera with your USB cable or a thumbdrive.
Dick Anderson, MA, creative consultant for the Psychotherapy Networker, is a wilderness photographer who’s canoed and trekked extensively in the wilds of northern Canada and Alaska.