Photographing with Intention Far from Home in San Miguel Allende

Photographing with Intention Far from Home With Aline Smithson

When October 27 – November 1, 2019 During Day of the Dead!

Registration for 2019 San Miguel de Allende workshops opens at 12 noon (MST) January 23.

Travel photography is often focused on capturing all the exciting “shiny objects” we see when we’re away from home, but the joy of creating photographs far from home becomes much richer when our work is produced with purpose. The greatest tool a photographer has is the brain, and Aline Smithson shares new ways of working, providing you with a toolkit of ideas for creating photographs in which you are truly engaged—and, in turn, engage your audience.

To help you consider the medium in new ways, Aline exposes you to genres of contemporary photography, projects created around ideas, and projects that tell personal stories. In addition to leading discussions on best practices for presenting your photographs to the fine-art market, she also meets with each participant to offer individual direction and feedback. Morning lectures provide inspiration for new ways of seeing and creating work, and easy assignments leave us plenty of time to capture the beauty of San Miguel as we experience the Day of the Dead in Mexico. Join Aline and reconsider how you interpret your life and world. By bringing depth and meaning to your artistic endeavors, you create photographs that tell stories and reveal something deeper about a culture.

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