I like easy. Most things in photography are. Some are not. Let's start with easy.
a simple multivariate equation
Exposure Triangle - a simple multivariate equation
Zone System - Ansel Adams and Fred Archer's gift that keeps on giving
Gamut - why my camera sees differently than I do and considerations for printing
Photographing what you feel - this one is easy. Listen to yourself
Learning how to use Lightroom - many small steps
Learning how to print - a natural progression from Vision -> Print
Academic Photography - I would rather have a sharp stick in my eye.
Lesson Assignments - where did that stick go?
Aesthetics - so subjective, like art.
All aspects of composition - if it works, it is great. if it doesn't work, keep on trying.
Decisive moment - overused term, but still valid
Framing and matting - aesthetic considerations (see aesthetics above)
I help photographers with the easy aspects of the art known as photography. My Vision -> Print teaching approach follows what Ansel Adams wrote in The Camera, The Negative and The Print.
See ya next week,