A few of my new photography friends from the Me Ra Koh CONFIDENCE workshop in Washington, D.C. are getting together soon, so I revisited some of my photographs I took during workshop. Five months later, I see the photographs with a new eye.
If you have a passion or enthusiastic interest in photography and want to start a business then you have an awesome opportunity to join Me Ra Koh at her Spring 2011 CONFIDENCE workshops in Seattle, Chicago and New York. I have several friends in the Northwest who could take the Seattle workshop...hint, hint.
You will learn. You will gain confidence. You will cry. You will laugh...a lot.
Available now: Early Bird for Spring CONFIDENCE.
Since the workshop, I have had a blast photographing the kids and my daily life. I've challenged myself to try new techniques and take risks. The workshop gave me the confidence to start a photography club in my neighborhood. The club members host, research and teach a topic our group women with diverse skills and interests. We will improve our photography skills together and support those who are starting a business. It's really fun to have local friends who share an interest in photography. With photography on my mind I look forward to photography field trips, blooming flowers, and little league baseball. There is so much I want to learn and do with photography.
Like my jewelry business, photography is calling me and may lead me to yet unidentified opportunities.
|Me Ra Koh is very open sincere person with a lot of laughter and passion for photography. |
She is a generous with her knowledge and information.
In this photograph Me Ra warmly answers questions from Natasha Soreco of Ponteuf photography with undivided attention. During the workshop Me Ra and Brian answered our many questions with patience, detail, humor and sincerity.
|This photograph makes me laugh.|
|As I revisit the photos I took, I keep going back to this shot. |
I like this photograph much better now than I did at the time.
|Day 2. Father and daughter wait for Me Ra to tell the group our assignment on the street with our model families.|