Develop your visual photographic journey at the Palo Alto Jewish Community Center!
A journey can be described as a trip, voyage, expedition or venture. A journey can be a noun (as in a person, place, thing or idea) or a verb (as in an action or something one does).
Many people journey by car, plane, train or boat. Others embark on internal journeys, writing thoughts or observations on what they see and feel. Still others journey with a camera, capturing their observations and feelings through the lens.
Richard Dischler Photo Workshops (RDPW) inspire members through individual journeys of seeing with more than just their eyes. Numerous members have received public recognition for their works in local, regional, national and international juried arts and photography competitions, exhibits and publications.
This workshop uses a unique methodology that focuses on visual imagery, taking your work to a higher level. Photographers of all levels are welcome. While fancy cameras are not required (or even needed), familiarity with manual mode is helpful.
The workshop meets once a month for six months, culminating in an exhibit in the Fitness Center. In between meetings, Dick provides one-on-one coaching during weekly office hours.
For details on the schedule and location, and to register for the workshop, go to the JCC website.