Private one on one instruction is perfect for photographers who have specific areas they would like to improve upon. They are designed to help you take your photography to the next level by better understanding and overcoming specific aspects of landscape photography. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced amateur the day is based around your needs and a set of goals planned out before the workshop. Some examples include:
Creating stronger more balanced compositions
Better understanding the different forms of available light and how to use them
Creating a structured field workflow
Exposing properly for various lighting conditions
Focal length characteristics and their effect on composition
Improving post production skills to help overcome the limitations of the camera
Kyle is available for full day or half-day courses. All workshops include as much time behind the lens as possible as well as image critique/consultation in field and scouting/visualization throughout the day. Half days can be booked in the morning or afternoon based upon availability. Have a place you’ve visited before that you just can’t quite seem to capture? Let’s go there… or want to explore somewhere new, Kyle can suggest some great locations throughout the area to best suit your skill level and needs.
“Taking one of Kyles one on one workshops has changed my approach to taking photos. I spend more time now looking for good compositions and lighting that will help improve the overall quality of the image. I’ve also changed my camera setup to better suit the scene that I am about to shoot. Kyle really enjoys the outdoors and makes the entire experience enjoyable.” – Steve S.
“Working with Kyle has helped me correct all the uncertainties about shooting landscape photography that have held me back in the past. I learned more in one day of shooting with him than I could ever learn from just reading a textbook. He teaches an appreciation for nature and helps you bring that out in your photographs. I consider his workshop an investment that has paid off in every photo I have shot since.” – Mike L.