that's gonna do it for me guys. And I had an incredible amount of fun teaching, not only teaching this class but going out and trying to to film these shoots and show you guys a little bit of about this place here on baffin island in nunavut. I hope you've learned uh something I hope you've enjoyed. At the very least these classes, if you have any feedback for me, if you have any comments, any questions, if you just want to say hi, I'm always available, you can reach out uh, my website Curtis jones photo dot com. I'm on instagram at cjones photo, but you know, there's always like dozens of ways to track me down. I'd love to hear from you. I'd love to see any of your work if you guys are starting with minimalism, photography or if you've been doing it for a while and you want to add to this discussion and you have like some ideas for me. I'd love to share. I want to hear all that I want to see your pictures. So yeah, reach out anytime. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for watchin...
g and giving me this opportunity to share such an important place, uh, with all of you. Should I take your pictures before I leave? Maybe who wants a picture? They don't care. They don't care. Mm Yeah.
Curtis Jones is a Canadian outdoor and adventure photographer who spends most of his time in climates rarely inhabited by people. Working for both the private and public sector, his portfolio spans environmental initiatives, literacy programs, Canadian National Parks, tourism, and commercial sets.
This is a brilliant course which I can highly recommend. I have done some Minimalist photography but still found the lessons very interesting. I enjoyed the discussion on colour vs. B&W. My favourite part was to learn how long it takes to plan a shoot, wait for the right conditions, even change the subject if the initial idea doesn't work and see the other images taken during the shoot before (or after) the final image. The presentation is excellent - love the cat :-).
Great Job! Great course! loved the bloopers, had a few laughs. I really enjoyed how he showed a little of how he worked the scene of a few of his images. showing multiple images and how he got to THE shot.
Great class, good length and easy to follow along. A fantastic way to challenge yourself to look at composition differently and a course full of useful tips to try out.