The Art of Photography: A Natural World Adventure By Colby Brown and Mia McCormick

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Join Mia McCormick for an inspirational conversation with Colby Brown, a professional photographer and world traveler, about finding ways to bring meaning into the work you do with your photography. Over the course of an hour you’ll learn about how Colby got started down his path, the importance of putting yourself into situations that challenge you to grow and build your confidence, how to propel yourself forward by setting goals, and so much more!

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We all have to start somewhere and the path is not always a straight line, but tends to be an evolutionary process. In this first lesson Colby shares the process he went through to get started in photography.
Building confidence in your skills requires putting yourself into experiences that challenge you to rise to the occasion.
Creating images that make a difference can help you to focus on your photographic passion
Being able to plan for the future, to set goals, and to work toward them will continue to propel you forward.
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Colby Brown


Colby Brown is a professional photographer, photo educator and author based out of Denver, Colorado. He specializes in landscape, travel and humanitarian photography. Throughout his work one can see that he combines his love of the natural world with his fascination of the world's diverse cultures. Each of his photographs tells a story of...

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Mia McCormick works as a resident video technology expert for KelbyOne and B&H Photo. She's a KelbyOne Instructor with courses ranging from basic camera operation to capturing outstanding video on your DSLR. Mia also conducts a series of business and inspirational interviews providing insights from some of the world's leading photog...

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    I thought Mia McCormick did a great job. A lot of interviewers are more interested in their next question than the responses they get from the person being interviewed. —- Yes, please post my feedback

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