The Creative Thesis
The Creative Thesis
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|0:00||Introduction and Overview|
|2:15||Why it Can Seem Difficult to be “Creative” in the Darkroom|
|5:20||The Darkroom is for Enhancing the Quality of your IDEAS|
|7:15||Three Main Concepts to Discuss|
|8:58||Change your Mindset, then your Workflow|
|12:50||Introduction to the IMA Method|
|16:37||How “Identifying” Works|
About this Course
Welcome to Creativity in the Digital Darkroom! This is my brand-new photography course designed to help you create stronger, more fulfilling photographs in Lightroom and Photoshop.
And here’s the best part: it’s completely free to email subscribers like yourself 🙂
Here’s why I created this course…
When it comes to processing your images in Lightroom or Photoshop, most photographers tend to focus on the WRONG things first.
And that is ADDING more to your workflow prematurely, without context or intent.
- More tutorials.
- More workshops.
- More podcasts.
- More presets.
- More tips and tricks.
When you process an image without first knowing what it is you want to express…you’re putting the cart way before the horse because you lack the context to QUALIFY those new tools and skills.
In your first lesson, you will discover:
- Why it can APPEAR difficult to create a photograph that you’re truly happy with.
- The biggest struggle that photographers face once they enter the darkroom, and how this can completely derail your workflow.
- The key difference between processing an image based on what you SEE, and creating an image based on how you FEEL.
- The 3-step method I use to create images that wholly convey my unique vision and successfully tell the story that I want them to.
…and much more.
I hope you enjoy the lesson and it inspires you to dig a bit deeper about your own motivations for photography, and use that to influence your image processing.
Keep an eye out for the next lesson coming your way in a few days…
Because we will discuss a VERY important, but often overlooked topic about the darkroom that I think you will find interesting and helpful!
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