China Workshops

Photo, Photoshop and Podcast Fun in Florida Next Week!

There will no time for yawing during my Florida seminars (five) and workshops (one) next week.

I'll be teaching in the Tampa Bay Area and at Photoshop World in Orlando.The sessions will be action, info and fun packed.

Here's the scoop:

Tampa Bay Area • Photographic Art Society of Florida
March 26 • Street Shooting Workshop
March 27 • Exploring the Light Seminar


Orlando • Orlando Camera Club
March 28 • Photoshop and Plug-in Workflow.
Plus: DPE Podcast Recording


Orlando • Photoshop World
March 30 •  Canon Speedlite Session
March 31 • So You Want to Be a Travel Photographer
April 1 • Lighting People Indoors and Out


I hope to see some of you at these workshops and seminars.

Also: If you want to be more famous and have a photo question, track down me/Juan Pons at Photoshop World. We are taking your questions for the DPE Podcast

Speaking of workshops, if you save the green info sheet that I distribute on my seminars and workshops, you can get $100 off my Croton Creative Workshop.

Explore the light,
Rick


What Would You Have Done Differently?

On my workshops, I am asked to offer suggestions on how to make a photograph better.

Well, I thought I'd turn the tables, so to speak. Here is one of my favorite photographs (long-skirt Miao women) from a workshop I organized to remote China last year. Scroll down on this page to see more images.

So the question is: How would you have posed the subject in this situation? What would you have done differently? Let me know. I really would be interested. (As you will see in the addition to this post below, I actually thought of some of your good ideas!)

If you post your comments here, all can see.

Explore the light,
Rick

P.S. An after-post addition.

Thank you for you comments. Here are a few pictures that address some of the good suggestions - applied to other photographs. Three from China, one from Kenya.

Above: Subject off-center.


Above: Subjects in context.

Above: Head and shoulder shot.

Above: Black background.

Again, thanks to all for playing along.