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Saturday, March 7
 

10:30am EST

Order out of Chaos: Making Sense of the Street
Limited Capacity filling up

Street photography is exciting because it is unscripted. However, taking pictures in a dynamic environment, doesn't mean you can’t control the outcome of your pictures. From basic choices, like setting your aperture, to creative ones, like staying put and waiting for a scene to unfold, we'll work on those elements you can control.  You will learn  and how to juggle all the variables so that you make pictures that are unique to you. Join Michelle Rick as she takes you on a photowalk through Midtown Atlanta where she shows you her thoughts behind her compelling street photography imagery and focuses on capturing people in their everyday. 

Bring your favorite lens to this street photography walk.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to shoot with intention in unpredictable situations
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

2:30pm EST

Foundational Expression: Creating Stronger Photographs
Limited Capacity seats available

A deep dive into the world's most iconic images, why they are so powerful, and how we can apply the same ideas and logic to our own work to create portfolio worthy and impactful art. Emotions are so personal and are shaped by our worldview, upbringing, likes and dislikes. How we view art will always be subjective leaning on our humanity, however, there can be LOGIC to EMOTION. We can learn to understand ourselves, and those around us, and harness what we find to create images that will remain a critical part of our being or that of our clients for a lifetime. In this class, Courtney will walk you through the foundation for creating powerful images. Come expecting to be lead on an introspective journey into your WHY!

Learning Objectives:

- Understand how to emotionally engage your audience
- Discover tools to apply your personal point of view to your work
- Gain a greater sense of your WHY
- Learn how to create more impactful art

Instructors
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Courtney Larson

Director of Click Pro
Courtney lives in Phoenix, AZ with her handsome ginger husband and their three children (nope, no gingers yet). She is a documentary photographer and her work has been described as honest, immersive, with a side of daring. She has contributed to three successful Breakouts and teaches... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
ELLINGTON SALON E

5:00pm EST

Using Places and Things To Tell The Story: Urban Streetscapes
Limited Capacity filling up

Street signs, architecture and street art are always changing in a city and are as unique as the people who are walking through the streets.  Come along with Michelle Rick as she explores midtown Atlanta on a street photowalk. You will explore buildings, street art, things left behind and living subjects that tell a compelling story. Michelle will explain what how she navigates a city to find the best shooting locations, what she looks for with composition and how she uses light and shadow to enhance.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to compose imagery that is compelling
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to look for and identify interesting architecture
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone, and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum
 
Sunday, March 8
 

10:30am EDT

Order out of Chaos: Making Sense of the Street
Limited Capacity seats available

Street photography is exciting because it is unscripted. However, taking pictures in a dynamic environment, doesn't mean you can’t control the outcome of your pictures. From basic choices, like setting your aperture, to creative ones, like staying put and waiting for a scene to unfold, we'll work on those elements you can control.  You will learn  and how to juggle all the variables so that you make pictures that are unique to you. Join Michelle Rick as she takes you on a photowalk through Midtown Atlanta where she shows you her thoughts behind her compelling street photography imagery and focuses on capturing people in their everyday. 

Bring your favorite lens to this street photography walk.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how to shoot with intention in unpredictable situations
- Learn how to make pictures that are uniquely yours by choosing how you use light and shadow, reflection, color and black and white, and perspective to enhance the composition
- Learn to step out of your comfort zone and shake things up and try various approaches
- Learn how to work in a dynamic environment in search of subject matter

Instructors

Sunday March 8, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum