Art of Seeing Photography Classes

“The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you are hiding but you forget, you are just looking so much.”
— Annie Leibovitz

Ready to take your photography practice to the next level? If so, I hope you can join me for my NEW online photography classes for beginners. In the Art of Seeing Photography course, you’ll learn what it takes to make inspirational images, and how your camera can be a tool to be more present and connected to the world around you.

Get ready to be amazed by what new beauty you’ll see around you, and have fun learning ways to stay inspired while exploring your photography practice with a phone or digital camera. Classes will include photography exercises to hone your innate capacity for wonder and awe.

Enjoy one or all three classes offered in this series, read below for course description and how to register for classes ($50 per each class, $150 for the series).

MONDAYS July 12, 19, 26 5:00-6:15pm (PT)
TUESDAYS July 13, 20, 27 10:30-11:45am (PT).

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.”
— Ansel Adams

Suggested price: $50.00

Minimum price: $50.00



  • SESSION #1 (July 12 or 13) Basic and Beyond – Components to take your images to the next level; composition, focus/mindfulness, cropping and editing tips. ($50)
  • SESSION #2 (July 19 or 20) A Closer Look at Nature – Depth of field, working with light, and techniques to add more artistic flare to your images. ($50)
  • SESSION # 3 (JULY 26 OR 27)How to Fall in Love with People and Travel Photography – Learn how to become a picture director for portraits and tips on telling stories with images. ($50)
  • ALL CLASSES will be recorded in case you can’t attend live but want to learn more about the art of seeing and picture making!

Please contribute $50 (I CLASS), $100 (2 CLASSES) OR $150 (FULL SERIES) (use the arrows next to Add to Cart to adjust amount) and let me know if you plan to attend the Monday or Tuesday sessions. You’ll receive confirmation within 24 hours and a “how to prepare email” will be sent to you early July.

Minimum required students: 4
Max: 40

If the photographer is interested in the people in front of his lens, and if he is compassionate, it’s already a lot. The instrument is not the camera but the photographer.”
— Eve Arnold


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