Recently, a past photo student called looking for help:
“I understand technical photo elements but am struggling with compositions and creating photos that show what I feel when I see the scene.”
A photo before her custom course:
Within a morning session of pointed direction and gentle coaching, her photos improved quickly. They went from broad generic landscapes to alluring photos that pulled the viewer in:
Her comments after the session:
“What a fun morning I had in the Gats working my photographic edges with Harry. He so brilliantly and sensitively identified my next edge to work so I could move closer to where I’m longing to be with my photos.
Bit by bit I began to discern the difference between when I’m hanging out ‘back there’ and when I ‘step in’. I also began to see a difference in my photos, after just one session. I learned so much in one morning. Thank you Harry, and also for what I’ll use as mantras when I’m out there on my own practicing – “step in”, “embrace it”. “touch it”.”
Coming soon I’ll be announcing summer photo options including more custom courses (when, where and how you wish to learn), safaris and an opportunity to go on a Laurentian photo getaway.