Photography as a Spiritual Practice

October 1, 2009

I’m co-leading this workshop the last weekend in October, at Woolman Hill — a Quaker conference center in Deerfield, Massachusetts.

Arthur Fink and Tony Stapleton are  Quaker photographers who carry their photographic work (or play) as a spiritual inquiry or expression.  They invite you to join in this weekend of photographing from within, which will include time for worshiping together, making pictures, sharing our work and process, and just enjoying Woolman Hill.  Our goal is to broaden our vision, open our spiritual awareness, and, in the process, learn how to take more expressive pictures.  This will not be about technical photography instruction, and all photographers are welcome regardless of technical knowledge or experience.

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