One of my favorite things to teach to my photography students is to Compose and Wait. This simple exercise is something that we often take for granted during a rushed wedding day, it’s our own most under utilized tool. Really, how often do we have time to wait? Or, take the time necessary to build a photograph?
During my recent trip to London and Paris, where I taught my Moment-Driven Workshop, I gave myself the assignment to compose and wait and see what happened. It was fun, I made mistakes and learned from them, and I grew to appreciate this exercise even more, and here is my street photography from my trip.
I also want to thank everyone who made it possible to pull off a London photography workshop. Thank you!!
If you’re shooting the same old things each week in the same old way… I can help.
This two-day shooting workshop will refocus your eye, show you new ways to see and help you step outside your comfort zone.
Ever hesitate to get the camera close? We will work on this together. Let’s shoot people who aren’t paying you. BOOM– now you have freedom to shoot with your own vision, not what clients expect of you. Let’s shake up your usual routine and try something new!
Internationally award-winning photojournalist Candice C. Cusic will show you her thought process before hitting the shutter, how to capture moments during portrait sessions, how to feel comfortable documenting strangers and how to anticipate and capture moments you will love.
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Thank you, London! Will see you again very soon!