Creative Results from Participants in Buicks, Badlands and Old Buildings

Samantha and I love to help people unleash their creative vision. We all have our own unique visual voice but sometimes we unwittingly tamp it down with barriers to seeing. In our workshops we try to point out these barriers and get people to release themselves to allow creativity to flow. We discuss the barriers to seeing extensively in our eBook, Learning to See, but in our workshops it’s our assignments to our participants that really kick start personal expression. We are always blown away by the great images produced by our students on assignment. Below is a small sampling of images made by our talented students on our Buicks, Badlands and Old Building Workshop held in August.

If you are interested in challenging yourself to be more creative we would love to have you come to one of our remaining workshops in 2014. We have our weekend Creative Landscape Photography class in September, Beyond the Icon, Intimate Landscape of the Canadian Rockies in October, and Fire and Ice in the Canadian Rockies in November.

And now onto the student photos!

Karen Ho Fatt Lee

©Karen Ho Fatt

©Karen Ho Fatt Lee

©Karen Ho Fatt Lee

©Karen Ho Fatt Lee

Al Dixon

©Al Dixon

©Al Dixon

Al Dixon

Al Dixon

Evelyn Jacob

©Evelyn Jacobs

©Evelyn Jacob

©Evelyn Jacobs

©Evelyn Jacob

Bob Costall

©Bob Costall

©Bob Costall

©Bob Costall

©Bob Costall

Dave Williamson

©Dave Williamson

©Dave Williamson

©Dave Williamson

©Dave Williamson

Bruce Davis

©Bruce Davis

©Bruce Davis

©Bruce Davis

©Bruce Davis

About the Author

I am a Canadian landscape and outdoor photographer who loves long hikes in the woods, yummy food, hairy dogs, good company and a good guitar jam.

3 Comments

  1. Byron Robb
    August 28, 2014

    Very good collection of photographs. Well done, participants.

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  2. Lawrence
    August 28, 2014

    These are great expressions of vision…

    Reply
  3. Claude Theoret
    August 28, 2014

    Nice work… Very nice..

    Reply

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