|It’s not the camera - but rather who’s behind the camera - that counts.- Dennis Hodges |
Dennis, by his own admission, is not a highly-technical photographer. There are buttons on his DSLR whose function he doesn’t know. His favorite camera is a Diana – a fixed lens, single shutter speed, basic film camera. He believes that the equipment is less important than the vision of the photographer.
Dennis teaches workshops about vision, composition, feeling the light, how to see – the things that make a photograph a work of art.He conducts scheduled workshops in Europe and the US and is available to teach on-site as well as participate in artist in residency programs worldwide.
Upcoming photography workshops:
Lizst-Kodály Society of Spain’s Virtual Campus
“It’s All About Composition”
Taught in both English and Spanish, this 6-part, non-technical course teaches students composition fundamentals and challenges them to expand their vision through a mix of study, frequent shooting and critiques of their work. For more information and registration, please go to the SLKE website.
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