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Unlocking Your Creativity
Sam Haddix
with Sam Haddix
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Unlocking Your Creativity
lessons: 14 Course Lessons
duration: 1hr, 29min
published: 2021
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Unlocking Your Creativity
with Sam Haddix
Learn how to get more creative and make photos you love! Join Sam Haddix as he takes you through a pragmatic approach to expanding your creativity. No matter where you are on your photographic journey you can always benefit from techniques that can help ignite new passion for your work. Sam’s approach incorporates the power of analog technologies and your own powers of analysis, so grab a pen, some paper, and a willingness to exercise a creative muscle you didn’t know you had. BUY COURSE
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lesson 1: Introduction (free course preview)
Sam introduces the class and discusses what will be covered in the lessons that follow.
3min, 40sec
lesson 2: Knowing What You Like
Knowing what you like and why you like it is the first step in discovering your creativity.
6min, 37sec
lesson 3: Keep Narrowing Down
Photography is a subtractive art, where you are tasked with removing everything from the frame except for what you want to be seen.
7min, 23sec
lesson 4: Analyzing Photos: Rob Foldy
Look at different photographs and write down what you like and what you don’t like.
11min, 16sec
lesson 5: Analyzing Photos: Scott Kelby
Follow the same process as the previous lesson to jot down your likes and dislikes.
6min, 0sec
lesson 6: Analyzing Photos: Matias Ezcurra
Follow the same process as the previous lesson to jot down your likes and dislikes.
8min, 12sec
lesson 7: Analyzing Photos: Tracy Sweeny
Follow the same process as the previous lesson to jot down your likes and dislikes.
7min, 5sec
lesson 8: Analyzing Photos: Gilmar Smith
Follow the same process as the previous lesson to jot down your likes and dislikes.
9min, 16sec
lesson 9: Analyzing Photos: Kaylee Greer
Follow the same process as the previous lesson to jot down your likes and dislikes.
5min, 41sec
lesson 10: Analyzing Photos: Sam Haddix
Building on the previous lessons, you should be putting together a solid list of what you like.
7min, 11sec
lesson 11: Word Cloud
After reviewing and analyzing the photos you’ll have compiled a huge list of things that you like, and you take it a step further by entering them all into a word cloud generator for a visual.
2min, 0sec
lesson 12: Limitation Excerises
Learn how to narrow your focus to a small portion of what you like and give you a creative place to start.
5min, 14sec
lesson 13: Putting it Into Practice
Putting his money where his mouth is, Sam pulled 3 words out of a hat, and headed off to create new work.
8min, 53sec
lesson 14: Conclusion
Sam wraps up the class with some closing thoughts to help you move forward.
57 sec
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Sam Haddix
meet  Sam Haddix
Portrait Photographer
Sam is a portrait photographer based out of Boston Massachusetts. In addition to photographing people, Sam is known for his dog-wrangling and lighting skills as one half of Dog Breath Photography—a popular dog photography duo featured on the Nat Geo Wild television show “Pupparazzi”. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Sam is a talented musician, a passionate teacher, and lover of pro wrestling.
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