Photography Class Related Blog Posts

Photography Class Related Blog Posts

These blog posts are based on the classes that Sam D’Amico teaches.  More importantly, they’re intended to serve as food for thought for photographers. With that in mind; Read ’em, digest ’em and then incorporate ’em into your photography studies and practice.

Because the posts are usually short, that means less time readin’ and more time makin’ photographs.

In addition, after reading the posts, if ya have any questions or something to say, use the “Comment” field in the “Leave a Reply” area at the end of each post.

In order to get familiar with what Sam does in terms of his photography and photography instruction, you can visit his website at

If ya have any questions beyond the blog post you can email ‘im or give ‘im a call. You’ll find his contact information in the black navigation bar located at the top of every page of his website. 

Teaching and Learning Photography During a Pandemic

“Furthermore, to me, the idea of sitting in a closed conference room with nine people for three hours, with masks, doesn’t seem like a safe thing to do.
And it doesn’t seem comfortable or effective in terms of learning.”

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Unlearn Photography

When it comes to improving our photography, unlearning photography is as vital as learning photography because we often need to unlearn what we’ve learned to become better photographers.   Unlearning Our Photography First, here’s what I mean by “unlearning our photography.” Unlearning our photography means recognizing habits, processes, and ideas about photography that keep us

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