The Wrong Picture!
CIC Photo School, 2011 - 2012

Recently a lot of us practice taking pictures, many do it as an instinctive reaction, a few do consciously. That has absolutely nothing to do with the quality of the picture, or whether it is a good picture or not. What this workshop is really about is to answer this simple question: Is what we actually like to photograph reflects what we really are good at photographing? The workshop is designed to exercise the exploration of our watching and observing abilities. It pushes further all limitation one might have on the pass of creativity, stressing that “watching” is more important in photography than “clicking”. The participants will learn how to identify the “normal” and go beyond to discover other possibilities of what might be more interesting. There is no “Wrong Picture”.