featured student work | Ginger Unzueta

We feel pretty lucky over on the Finding the Light Workshop to come into contact with some remarkable photographers that come into the workshop eager to learn. Photographers that start out as fledglings and progress through 8 weeks of assignments to go from strength to strength. And we also come into contact with photographers that were pretty darn amazing to start with, and add some wonderful new tools to their photographic tool box by seeing light in a new way. Photographers like the amazing Ginger Unzueta.  You can view more of Ginger’s gorgeous work HERE.

Ginger was kind enough to share some of her thoughts on the workshop and some images from assignments. We feel pretty darn special to have been witness to her metamorphosis into “finding the light” – thanks Ginger for your kind words and for always being open to a little push now and again, – aroha,  gail xox

Over the past year I had heard so many amazing things about the Finding the Light Workshop.  So many talented photographers I knew highly recommended it that  I knew that I had to see what the hype was all about.   WOW!! I was not let down. The workshop far exceeded any expectations I had.   It brought me to a new recognition and appreciation of all types of natural light.  The teachers are phenomenal and give you a great deal of personal attention you wouldn’t expect from an online course.  I am so thankful to Dee, Gail and Jenny for their amazing contributions, time and generosity in sharing their own talent.  I will definitely be back for more!

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One Response

  1. Thank you for sharing! This is an amazing place to learn. I am forever grateful!

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