Through and from the Lens – Workshop Intro in the works

by Sheila Finkelstein on October 6, 2008

Back from Arizona, photos will come later. Right now I am preparing and gearing up for an all-day, in-person workshop in Southeast, Florida, as well as reactivating teleclass workshops to Through and From the Lens – Using Photography as Access to Transformation. Details will follow here and in Picture to Ponder. To be on a specific notification list, simply include your name and email address below. We’ll include a free subscription to the inspirational, weekly Picture to Ponder photo ezine. Be assured, if you are already a subscriber, putting your name here will not result in duplicate mailings!

UPDATE : On -Location Workshop will be held on Saturday, October 25th from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM at a location in Pompano Beach, FL. See WORKSHOP for details and to register.

INTRODUCING WITH PHOTOS – THROUGH AND FROM THE LENS

 

Abstract photo art

Welcome to my world of color, textures, imagination and creativity, where photography provides access to out-of-the box seeing/thinking and unending possibilities.

personified coral jumping I invite you to take a leap of faith with and have some fun, though some of you may have an underlying fear.

center of palm tree You may find possibilities very directed, radiating from your center core, each extension providing seedlings of more.

rounded cactus Or the path may be more layered, soft and rounded.

palm frond radiating to the left

You might find your ideas unfolding and leaning in one direction, guarded by a portion of yourself.

palm frond up

palm frond sideways

palm fronds facing down

And most certainly, when you explore the same set (though different fronds from the first), from different viewpoints whole new perspectives open up.

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Marifran October 6, 2008 at 5:36 pm

Dear Sheila,
Your photos reveal your multi-dimensional awareness. Each breathtaking photo has a life of its own. Your stunning mental and visual perception combine to evoke deep sensation and meaning that could not be achieved from one modality alone. This merging of images and ideas uncover and stimulate new pathways in mind and heart.
Thank you for relentlessly challenging yourself to choose this wonderful use of your talents. Thanks for inspiring me to think and feel more acutely.
Hooray for you,
Marifran

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