Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Duston Todd Workshop

I attended Duston's workshop in March just after 'the event'. It seems like my two favorite workshops and the ones from the men I admire most have come on the heels of icky life events. Sigh. Oh well. I know that the things I learned at this workshop will have lasting effects on my life just like Jon's workshop did and has and continues to do so.

Despite my depression and bouts of bitterness, I still feel like I walked away with some great images, that if anything, express what I wish for in my own life, and maybe a mixture of what is happening in my own life. Pain, grief, desiring passion, togetherness, separation. Strange, but Duston said this might be the most powerful time in my photography. I think he is right, at least partly. I walked away from his workshop with two things swimming in my head.

1: Ask a question and then answer it using your camera.
2: Watch the tangents.

Thank you Duston for being a great friend to me through the years and for your support in my desire to find who I am through my lens and behind it.

Enjoy:








I love this art form. Love, love, love, love, love.

6 comments:

kenna said...

love is right.

love what you are doing, and how open and brave you are being.

love, love, love.

Emily said...

Wow! Those are SO awesome! Some of my most favorites by far!

Emily said...

Thanks for sharing your photo knowledge! Beautiful, beautiful photographs. By the way, I pat myself on the back every time I see you reference Duston Todd or Jon Canlas. :) You are so talented, Kim!

Tiffany Anderson said...

Love them! You did such a great job :)

Tiffany Anderson said...

Love them! You did such a great job :)

s + b said...

kim, these are gorgeous.