March 3, 2014


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Last Saturday my friend Steven Perlmutter and I conducted our first Historic Mills Photography Workshop of 2014. About a half dozen photographers of varying skill levels converged on the Stone and Everett Mills to explore the space with their cameras and improve their post processing skills.

As familiar as I am with these buildings, I never grow tired of shooting them. I see something new almost every time I set foot in them. And seeing the mills through other photographers’ eyes has only increased my desire to return.

When we conduct the workshops we guide our participants through the space. We teach them the basics of photography,  help them master their cameras, help them frame images, process them, etc. And sometimes we just point them in a direction and just get out out of their way.

And sometimes we get a chance to do our own shooting. Here is one of the shots I got last Saturday.

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