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How To Teach Children Photography

Photography is a wonderful art form that can be studied by anyone, even children. It’s an excellent way for them to express their creativity and learn the importance of discipline and patience. 261 more words

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Trying To Teach My Boyfriend to Be a Photographer: High Noon

No one likes shooting anywhere between the times of 12pm-3pm. Why? It sucks, plain and simple. It’s bad light if you’re in the sun, if you’re in the shade and pointed anywhere towards the sunny background then the background will basically just be a white blob, even speckled shaded light just somehow looks awkward. 941 more words

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Visual Pedagogies - Helsinki Photomedia Workshop

Photography can be taught as a vocation or as an art. It may focus on digital possibilities and challenges, or provide retrospective view on analog images. 194 more words

Leading another class on photography         

The first class I ever taught on photography was sometime back in 1976. I think.

I had just moved from Los Angeles to Kamloops, British Columbia and a coordinator from the local Parks and Recreation Association asked me if I would teach a class for beginning photographers. 575 more words

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Travel Photography

Yeah I travel lots. In fact I travel way too much. Most of my travel is for my full time job. The job part of that statement gets in the way during the travel part. 1,142 more words

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Trying To Teach My Boyfriend To Be a Photographer: The Mini Shoot

Do you smell that? I smell it. Breathe deeper. It’s the sweet smell of a series, y’all.

 (I never use the word y’all, but it seemed like the most appropriate right now alright?) 1,122 more words

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AoIP Monthly Charity Donations!

As many of you know, we at AoIP believe in fostering a community of likeminded souls interested in sharing ones love for photography but also making this world a better place by living an authentic life and sharing that with others. 234 more words

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