"Taking something mundane, and seeing something transcendent in it is the high ground of photography," says master photographer Sam Abell.
On this unique photo workshop, I'll help you to slow down and really see in order to unlock your ability to photographically elevate the mundane to the magnificent. Everyday items and familiar places can offer powerful images in exchange for a little work, imagination, and practice.
A section of a docked boat. A reflection in the harbor. A shadow cast at just the right angle across a row of classical columns.
For this kind of photography, the brand of camera isn't important. Point-and-shoot versus DSLR versus mirrorless isn't important. How much you spent on your equipment isn't important. Just look... see... isolate.
Great photos are everywhere, but most people pass them by every day, unnoticed. This safari will help you see those missed images and start you on your way to a new realm of photography.
Your leader for this photo workshop will be Steve Rosenbach, an award-winning photographer and popular photo tour guide and instructor. Steve has been photographing in Baltimore for over twelve years - he knows where the best photos are and will show you how to make compelling images you might otherwise pass right by.