Holistic Photography - Introduction Learning to See


Holistic Photography is an attempt to blend the immiscible; Science and Art. It is about cameras & the techniques to make the most of them. It is about the idea behind your photographs; the thoughts & feelings that infuse Art with life. But more than that, it is simply about learning to See again. We see concepts and rarely look; we yearn for the past or future & seldom enjoy the present moment. Holistic Photography is about learning to see the reality of this world with new eyes.

Holistic Photography : Idea
Holistic Photography : Light
Holistic Photography : Composition
Holistic Photography : Timing
Holistic Photography : Inputs


Holistic Photography: What goes into creating a photograph? A camera is obviously vital, but there are several other accessories for photography that will expand your ability to capture a better rendition of the world around you.

Holistic Photography : Outputs


Holistic Photography: Creating photographs is a pursuit in itself. Developing them and sharing them with others is a whole new opportunity for creative expression. From printing and framing them to optimising them for online viewing, it's worth knowing about.

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Beauty Holistic Photography Reflections

Holistic Photography: Beauty in the Everyday

Holistic Photography is a complete system to develop the artistic ‘eye’ and the ability to see.

It is based on established aesthetical principles, art history, modern psychology and hundreds of hours of practical photography experience.

We coach Holistic Photography to individuals and small groups worldwide.

We accompany individuals and small groups on extended expeditions.

We work with individuals and brands who wish to publish a photo-book.

The majority of our clients are vVIPs; discretion is assured.

"The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. He who knows it not and can no longer wonder, no longer feel amazement, is as good as dead, a snuffed-out candle." - Albert Einstein