Okay, so who said it was almost spring (besides me)?
Minor setback; the snow will melt, the frost has already started to come out of the soil and warmer days are ahead, which is good because for the first time in two years I will be hosting photography workshops.I’ll also be implementing one of the skills I developed as a result of COVID.
The workshops will run during the late spring and summer and, for the first time, will offer an online and an in-person component. We’ll start off on March 23 at 7:00 p.m. with an online (ZOOM) session to let everyone know just what will be involved, and at that time you can decide if you want to register or not. The full program will consist of ten ZOOM sessions and ten in-person sessions in and around the South Stormont area.
The online portion is not something I would have considered prior to COVID, but I have found it to be a great way to offer information and answer questions prior to actually getting out and putting the knowledge into practice. It isn’t affected by the weather, there isn’t a hard limit on the number of questions that can be asked or on the time to respond to them, and for those who aren’t as comfortable in a group setting, it allows the ability through chat to participate without having to force your way into a conversation.
I will, of course, offer the same information during the in-person sessions, but let’s face it, when you go out to create images, it is more difficult to concentrate on any instruction that is being given. The two parts will complement each other.
If you’d like to know more, drop me an email at email@example.com I’ll send you the ZOOM link.