Through online sessions, courses, and personal photo experiences.
For beginners, amateurs, hobbyists, and seasoned professionals.
Further your practice with one-on-one, virtual class sessions with professional photographer & photo editor Rodrigo Gaya Villar.
Through deep 45 min online sessions or month-long courses, each designed for specific topics of interest.
Let's get straight to it and break the veil on the mysteries of photography.
Ultimately, critique can only take you so far. It's up to you to focus in the moment as it happens in front of you, and critically analyze the space around you to produce the best image.
So we'll focus on getting you in the right mental space for any situation.
Instrumental to the improvement of my photography has been honest critique of my work and process by my photo editors or anyone else I've relied upon to give honest & constructive feedback on my work.
Sharing my work with peers, in workshops, & with editors helped me become more confident as I've developed my personal style.
After more than 15 years working as a full-time photographer, I've noticed teach/learning is fundamental to the practice.
Each moment, a new lesson to experience.
Whether it's a technical or psychological issue, we'll overcome any barriers you may feel and reignite that passion to go out and make images again.
Trying to look inconspicuous during a street photo session in Mexico City in 2017.
Camera is tucked away out of view, but ready if needed.
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1. We'll get a sense of where you're at in terms of skill, mental space, time, budget, etc.
2. We'll figure out the perfect way to deal with any questions or concerns you may have.
3. Then we get you out shooting. With renewed passion, and a better sense of what to look for, we'll analyze the results in the next session and progress every day.
4. A camera is only as useful as it is ready. Take your camera out of the bag, charge the batteries, and start with a clean memory card. Leave it in the living room. Let it be of use.