Re:vision: Seeing Your Work with Fresh Eyes

Saturday, August 22, 2020, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Re:vision: Seeing Your Work with Fresh Eyes

 

A workshop with Jennifer McClure

 

Many of us made our favorite photographs when we first picked up our cameras. But as we master the technology, we often lose sight of our original spark. This class will look at your patterns and inspirations to help you refine your personal style and reconnect with your own work. We will focus on your intentions and the story you want to tell, as well as the way you tell it. By tapping into your own experiences, emotions and obsessions, you will learn how to make work that excites you again.

 

We will do an in-depth look at work you have already made on the first day of class. You will bring in completed projects or random groups of photographs that you love but haven’t used. You may either shoot new photos or search your archives for older ones for the second day of class. We will edit and sequence the work, leaving you with a recontextualized version of your projects and a clear sense of your personal strengths. You will leave this class with a deeper sense of your purpose as a photographer.

 

Students should prepare up to 25 – 50 photos for the first day of class.

 

Instructor: Jennifer McClure

 

When: August 22 and August 29 from 11 am – 2 pm Mountain Time

 

Where: Zoom

 

Cost: $120.00 for non-members and $100.00 for members

 

Email contact@c4fap.org for the member discount code

 

Click Here to Sign Up

 

About Jennifer McClure:

 

Jennifer McClure is a fine art photographer based in New York City. She uses the camera to ask and answer questions. Her work is about solitude and a poignant, ambivalent yearning for connection. The Leica Gallery in Boston will present a solo show of her work in April 2021. She was a 2019 and 2017 Critical Mass Top 50 finalist and twice received the Arthur Griffin Legacy Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography’s annual juried exhibitions. Jennifer was awarded CENTER’s Editor’s Choice by Susan White of Vanity Fair in 2013 and has been exhibited in numerous shows across the country. She has taught workshops for Leica, PDN’s PhotoPlus Expo, the Maine Media Workshops, The Griffin Museum, and Fotofusion. Her work has been featured in publications such as Vogue, GUP, The New Republic, Lenscratch, Feature Shoot, L’Oeil de la Photographie, The Photo Review, Dwell, and PDN. She also founded the Women’s Photo Alliance in 2015.

 

 

Image Credit, Jennifer McClure