Beyond the Basics of Photography- The “Artsy” Stuff! – A Journey of Photographic Expression!
Photography Workshop - Artsy - Seattle. A big part of modern day digital photography is the “techy” stuff. But, much of it is learning how to see things in a more artistic light. What does it take to create photography with impact instead of just a little old snapshot? During this mostly hands-on artistic journey of a workshop, Bruce Hudson will give you specific assignments that will help you explore these artistic concepts of photography: -Line -Color -Shape -Texture -Composition -& Story Telling, just to name a few! After spending 3 hours with Bruce and completing this course you will have a new appreciation for photography as an art form and the confidence to create your own mark on it! “its fun watching our mostly hobbyist audience of students create art in their cameras that they only have dreamed about”, says Bruce about this workshop. Register today and get your creative juices flow-in!
With over 1200 weddings under his belt and tens of thousands of family and high school senior portraits adorning the walls of all over the country, Bruce has had and continues to be the favorite photographer for many northwest families around the region. He is also routinely called upon to photograph clients all over the world, with sessions taking him to Tokyo, Japan, all over the United States, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. In 1990 Bruce received the degree of Master Photographer from the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and is one of only 40 active members in the prestigious Cameracraftsmen of America organization. He also earned the degree of Craftsman photographer from PPA, which makes him one of only a handful of Master Craftsman photographers in the state of Washington. As a much sought after speaker and educator to the professional photography world, Bruce has spoken on behalf of Fuji Film USA as well as other industry leading vendors in 49 states, Canada, New Zealand, and Puerto Rico. Bruce also received the lifetime achievement award in 1996 from the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International organization and the PPA National Award in 2000. His more recent accolade was received in 2012 as we won the prestigious Helen Yancy Award at the PPA convention in New Orleans! This award is only given out every few years to individuals that have dedicated their life to the education of photography!
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