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As I mentioned before, Quartz Mountain State Park is also home to the Oklahoma Arts Institute, a wonderful organization that delivers arts workshops in multiple disciplines to teenagers and adults. I'm here this weekend to teach a four-day workshop with Connie Imboden, a wonderful photographer, and a great teacher. You're going to get to meet her later and see some of her work. We've also got a bonus teacher in the form of Konrad Eek, also a great teacher. I have had the pleasure of working with him before and it's always a lot of fun. Now, you may be wondering, why should I be interested in watching somebody else's photo class? Typically, when you teach composition, it's a very interactive process.
Group critiques are critical to really getting different perspectives on your image and understanding how to talk about your images. So by taking you in here, and letting you see some of the work that's going on and see how the group and the instructors are talking about the images. You're going to get a more refined vocabulary for analyzing your own images and learning how to see them differently, and from that, getting a better idea of where your compositional mistakes and successes might be happening.
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