What Changes Do You See In Photo Education?
Content and Video By Calumet’s Director of Education: Richard Newman
There’s quite a lot to learn about being a photographer beyond just snapping the shutter and looking at the LCD screen. At last year’s Society for Photographic Education conference in San Francisco, we asked over 100 students and world-leading educators a series of questions, including how photography changed their lives, what’s their favorite photo tool and what they thought the future of photography will look like.
This week’s installment features selections from these interviews on the topic of “The Future of Photo Education?” This seems like a simple enough question in the beginning and then you started talking to us. What you told us was how you saw changes with a broad brush and how some of those changes are very personal. We hope you can find some inspiration in what we’ve captured.
The visual arts have never been more exciting, from the old-school darkroom to the new world of digital capture. Photography is allowing us to see more of the world than ever before. A big “thank you” to all who participated in these intriguing interviews, for sharing your dreams, insights and perspectives in this changing visual world.
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