Reminiscent Studio

Are You Expressing Your Creativity or Just Pressing Buttons? – A Talk By Adam Marelli

Do you feel like there is creativity hiding inside of you, but are not sure where to find it? There are endless tutorials on taking pictures, but how do you figure out what to shoot in the first place? In order to develop a unique point of view, we have to understand how creativity works. […]

Wedding Videography – The Do’s and Don’ts | A Talk By Matthew Van Ness

Wedding filmmaker Matthew Van Ness believes that “it’s all about the visuals after a wedding is over.” Through his 13 years of experience, Van Ness has learned how to film a wedding in a way that allows the couple to enjoy their once-in-a-lifetime memories for years to come. He will share his wedding cinematography do’s […]

How To Find Inspiration As A Photographer By Brooke Shaden

Brooke Shaden talks about where to find inspiration as an artist and photographer. In this clip from her Fine Art Portraits workshop, photographer Brooke Shaden reveals where she finds her inspiration. “Knowing what you want is the important part,” Brooke says before leading you through several creativity exercises. Brooke Shaden was born in March of […]

A Life In Pictures | David Hurn

The world-renowned Magnum photographer David Hurn is Wales’s most important living photographer. This year he is donating his archive to the National Museum Wales, alongside a unique collection of 700 photographs by other photographers, including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt and Dorothea Lange. It is a remarkable gift to the nation. As Magnum Photos celebrates 70 […]

Light In Still Life Photography By Alex Koloskov | Talks At Google

Professional photographer and photography instructor Alex Koloskov talks about and demonstrates the beauty of still life photography.  You’ll see how studio product and still life photography are different from other types of photography and why being a “lighting engineer”  enables your to successfully work with still life subjects in the studio. Alex will also demonstrate […]

Fine Art Conceptual Photography By Jennifer B Hudson

Jennifer B Hudson is a fresh, young visual artist creating staged imagery that is both artistically stylized and meticulously crafted.  Drawing inspirations from themes of feminism and social placement, faith, purity in trust, the testing of strength, and the study of personal relationships, Jennifer is a dynamic and emotional illustrator of the human heart. With […]

Signature: Finding Your Soul’s Genius & Voice In Your Photography | A Talk By Karen Hutton

Karen has a rich and diverse background as an actor, voice over artist, professional ice-skater and dancer, horse trainer, photographer, photo workshop instructor… (the list goes on!) We are excited to be able to share with you her inspirational and moving talk on the importance of finding your own personal signature. About Topic: Our true […]

The Photographer’s Black & White Handbook – A Talk By Harold Davis

The Photographer’s Black & White Handbook is your complete guide to making and processing stunning black and white photos in the digital era. You’ll find inspiration, ideas, techniques, and tools to use in your black and white photography, along with a soup-to-nuts workflow to take you from black and white pre-visualization through capture and post-production. […]

Photography Through The Lens Talk By Tamara Lackey

Although there’s a big gap between self-consciousness and self-awareness, the two often need to go hand in hand when it comes to eliciting, and then photographing, authentic expression in portraits.  Managing social discomfort is a significant part of the portrait photographer’s role, and the key to doing so often lies in increased awareness of not […]

The Brenizer Method | Documentary

Can you imagine somebody coining a method after you? It’s called “The Brenizer Method” and we’re going to learn from the talented photojournalist turned wedding photojournalist. From taking photos of everyone from Muhammad Ali to President Obama, Ryan Brenizer teaches us the importance of capturing a great story. Brenizer puts it best, “Photography has filled […]

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