BREAKOUT SESSIONS

An Environmental Awakening: Using Your Surroundings to Build a Strong Image

with Kristen Ryan

$35

AVAILABLE IN THE CLICK & COMPANY STORE
all materials are downloadable & yours to keep

Learn to create beautiful, unforgettable environmental images!

Join Kristen Ryan in a Breakout that will help you create strong images from your everyday using your environment, the power of observation, and by strengthening your image through purposeful framing and post-processing. She’ll also show you how to capture big, unforgettable skies (or enhance/create them in post-processing)!

what you’ll get

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EXCLUSIVE EBOOK

84 page eBook that covers the creation of strong, emotive, environmental images

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FOUR SHOOTING VIDEOS

Four behind the Scenes videos showing how Kristen captures emotive photographs during every day activities

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EDITING VIDEOS

Over 2 hours of editing videos (including a step-by-step tutorial for adding overlays and processing amazing skies)

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BONUS CONTENT

A bonus creative composite editing video, 365 project guide pdf, and PDF on The Uncomplicated Self-Portrait

what you’ll learn

// OBSERVATION

Learn to dive deeper into your environment through observation

// STRENGTHEN YOUR ARTISTIC EYE

Learn to create art in seemingly ordinary places

// BRING YOUR PHOTOS TO LIFE

Focus on your individual senses in order to express your creative vision

// PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECTS

How to bring consistency to your work through personal projects

// BIG SKIES

Capturing skies in camera and creating your own

// CHOOSING YOUR FRAME WITH INTENT

Being purposeful with everything in your frame

// ELIMINATING DISTRACTION

Using your gear and/or surroundings to eliminate distracting elements and create stronger photographs

about your presenter

Kristen Ryan is a hobbyist photographer who has a weakness for pretty light.  She is a wife and mother of two little ones.  She strives to capture her everyday life and turn it into a little piece of art.  Using her camera to document her children’s childhood and beyond has been a driving point in her photography. Photographing her everyday has made her slow down and look at the world around her.  She has a new appreciation for the little things in life.