CRITIQUES AND MENTORING
Critiques are for people that want to email me images. I critique them and give written feedback. I talk about image selection (as best I can), cropping and framing, post production and overall impact of image. I have been very fortunate to have my work critiqued by some of the best in the business. Sometimes it hurts sometimes not, but always constructive. This can be done as often as you want.
This is a program, which I also have worked with mentors, and it changed my work. It is a one on one over the phone or it you live close we meet if the person wants to. This is what is covered
Goals - Why are you shooting and do you hope to accomplish?
Images - much more in depth than a general critique. Getting you and your images to where you want them.
Photoshop - We talk about the post processing end of it, along with image selection.
$150 for 90 minutes
Photography and Climate Change
February 2019 at St Ambrose.
Class 27 Fine art photography to understand climate change
Trent Foltz, Trent Foltz Photography
Dr. Stephen Hager, Augustana College
As artists and environmentalists, we care deeply about our planet and what is happening to it. In this workshop we will study the art of photography and use the environment, more specifically climate change, to learn about the creative process, what makes great images, and exploring the differences of making vs taking photographs. Context for environmental inspiration will be derived from studying the basics of climate change and how to document such change in the field using photography. Learning about F-Stops, shutter speed and ISO, and how those camera setting will help us with our vision. The goal is to produce amazing images of the environment while making a statement about what is really happening to it.
Digital camera (DLSR or mirrorless) required with manual settings for exposure (such as, ISO and M, A, S, and P modes) and depth of field; all students will be taught how to use these functions.
Two class field trips to a local nature preserve; light hiking for about 1 mile and making photographs.
Getting Started With Your New Camera Workshop
January 20th, 2019. Quad Cities Botanical Center
A new camera can be exciting but also intimidating! Let me walk you through what you need to know to get started on your photography journey. I will explain basic camera functions and show you how to use F-stop, shutter speed, and ISO to capture amazing images. Whether you've asked for a camera for Christmas or have been relying on AUTO to use the one you have, this session will get you started making the most of your camera! Oh, and if you are buying a camera as a gift, this session would be a perfect stocking stuffer!