Most of us don’t need more than one camera but most of us own more than one camera. I personally own film, instant, and digital cameras (several of each). Why? Because each provides me with a different look or facilitates taking a particular type of image. My Nikon D800 makes it easy to produce very large
The instructors at the School for Creative Photography, if nothing else, are a diverse lot. Everyone one has extensive and unusual backgrounds and came to photography in many different ways. Perhaps no one, however, has taken a more unusual route to photography than our iPhoneography (along with wildflowers and landscapes) expert and instructor, Joyce Harman.
The School of Creative Photography will hold iPhoneography: Using the Camera Always with You this spring. Joyce Harman, a new SCP instructor, will teach the class on Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Sterling, VA. iPhoneography: The Camera that is Always With You is about having fun and being creative. The main focus is on helping you fully
If there ever was someone who needed no introduction, it would be Elliot Stern. Active in the industry for over 65 years, he has done it all. Elliot has been a military, wedding, portrait, nature, landscape, and architectural photographer, manufacturer’s representative, retail salesperson, and teacher. However, what he enjoys the most is teaching and is
Do you primarily shoot raw only, jpeg only, or raw plus jpeg? It is a question that I ask everyone at our workshops, field trips, and classes because it is an important question, particularly if you are going to do any post-processing. Here’s what I do: If I am going to do extensive editing or
Welcome to the School of Creative Photography! We love photography and we love teaching photography. Elliot Stern, proprietor of Blue Ridge Photography Workshops, has decided to semi-retire and the School of Creative Photography (SCP) is picking up where Blue Ridge Photography Workshops left off. (Do not worry Elliot will still be with us but more