For 2017, I am host a number of in-person and online workshops. From learning about creating amazing black and white images to mastering your digital printing to finding how to create more meaningful work, there are several workshops to consider.
“I feel very fortunate to have met, worked and studied with Daniel Gregory. He’s thoughtful, engaging, and talented both technically and creatively. I’ve had the chance to learn from him both one-on-one and in a group setting. He is a wonderful teacher and mentor.”Jeff Merriman-Cohen
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There is something magical about working in black and white. I think it part it is because the process harkens back to some of the foundations of photography. All the way back to those very first photographic images, black and white photos have always been a part of...
I am jazzed to be a part of CreativeoLive's Photoshop Week in May. I have been a huge fan of CreativeLive from the early days and can remember talking with Chase about what a great model it was for teaching and sharing information. If you aren't familiar with...
Get out your mouse ears, slap on some sunscreen and get ready to learn. Photoshop World is in Orlando in April.
The Perceptive Photographer Podcast
I have a couple of announcements to start this week’s podcast. The week of August 21 through the 24th this film week at creative live. I am really excited to be one of the instructors. I will be teaching a black-and-white film class on August 22, and I will be teaching a large-format photography class on August 24. I hope you can attend both sessions. You can find out more at the creative live website.
I will also be speaking at the Northwest counsel for camera clubs the weekend of November 11. At their convention a be teaching two sessions on light room. One on the development module and then one on how to organize using collections and various tools in the library module.
The main subject for this week’s podcast is creating assumptions. I have found my own creative practice that many times I make assumptions they end up costing me time, energy, and enthusiasm. while I think some assumptions are great. Such is the assumption that muscle memory will come back and help us what we need it most. Things like riding a bike or using our studio lights are examples of how muscle memory can quickly come back and allow us to perform a difficult task.