These days I am almost halfway through another teaching of my eWorkshop «Finding Your Photographic Voice.» I already see a nice progress in the work of the participants. Next week they will start on a personal photo project that will last for the rest of the workshop, and traditionally this is when I see the participants start to really bloom. All the more fun then right now, it is to look at the projects from the previous eWorkshop. As you may have noticed already, I have showcased a handful of these personal photo projects over the last couple of weeks already. Today it’s time to show Jennifer Clark’s work. For her personal photo project she chose to focus on what could be called childhood happiness. She did so boldly and with a personal engagement, which is exactly the point with such a project. In her photos you can feel her connections to the children, you can feel how she cares, and you can feel her compassion for them. She catches those small moments in between when just a little gesture makes the whole difference; it could be a shy smile, it could be sly look or it could just be the comfort of sleeping on daddy’s shoulder. Jennifer combines this ability to capture small but significant moments, with a daring use of colours and combinations of colours – often stark and vibrant. For more of her work; look up her blog: Jennifer J. Clark.
Photography is my work and still all fun for me. I try to develop my photographic approach and expression. It's a continues learning process - and I love it.
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