Applications for Your Life and Practice
How often have you looked at a photograph and found yourself laughing, or crying, or overwhelmed by a wordless sense of awe? Often such images have little to do with F-Stops, aperture settings, or light meters. Rather, they are the result of serendipitous, unexpected encounters with the world around us. Using beautiful Rock Creek Park as our laboratory, here’s your chance to develop a more nurturing and receptive relationship to our surroundings. Then, we’ll return to write about our photos—investigating the layers of meaning our images evoke and sharing the discoveries we awaken in each other. In this workshop, you’ll:
- Discover how to use the art of photography as a gateway for personal discovery
- Use poetry and other descriptive writing to enrich your photography experience
- Apply what you learn in this workshop to help your clients learn new ways to explore and express their feelings
Dick Anderson, MA, creative consultant for Psychotherapy Networker, is a wilderness photographer who’s canoed and trekked extensively in the wilds of northern Canada and Alaska.