As usually, I like to write a post on my latest workshops, and I’ve just completed my eighteenth year at the Maine Media Workshop in Rockport.
The Maine Media Workshop is the granddaddy of them all, and was founded in 1973. Since then, there’s been several that have started up and has used Maine as the benchmark to a successful and professional organization with improving student’s skill as just one of their main objectives.
My workshop is called “Stretching your Fame of Mind”, and it’s the same material we cover in my online class with the PPSOP. The big difference is that I’m teaching and working in the field, and the classroom discussion is live with all the participants interacting among themselves.
I have picked the same week for as long as I can remember since it’s the time of year for the Lobster Festival down the road in Rockland. It gives the class a bigger diversity in subject matter and photo ops. This year we also took a model to Pemaquid Lighthouse for a sunrise shoot, so you’ll see the different portraits mixed in.
I’m proud of my class this year and rightfully so, as you’ll see in my slideshow of their work taken throughout the week. All photos were taken by my class.
Enjoy the show.
Visit my website at: www.joebaraban.com and be sure to check on the rest of my 2013 workshop schedule. I’m beginning to work on 2014, so I hope you can come shoot with me sometime.
Don’t forget to send me a picture and question to: AskJoeB@gmail.com.