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"Limits didn’t exist and we were encouraged to step out of the box and try new approaches. ... In the end we saw that our 'vision' was growing, expanding and blossoming." ~ +Stephanie Cassiday-Krueger

Such rich images, Stephanie; amazing! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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When I saw the opportunity on +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers to apply for a mentorship in Street Photography my interest was piqued. When I saw that it was developed and being led by the talented and gifted +teresa pilcher I was very intrigued as I had been so impressed by what I had seen of her work online. This was not only my first Mentorship but the first ever course I participated in related to photography. This was ‘The Decisive Moment’ as Henri Cartier-Bresson so famously eludes to in his interpretation of Street Photography and of which the English edition of his book “Images à la sauvette” was later titled.

Selections were made and for eight weeks Teresa guided us on a journey that took us through streets all over the world. As mentees we took our vision and expanded upon it through thoughtful examination of different principles - we had a fabulous multi-cultural group of people with the added guidance of +Karolina Trapp, +Alex Lapidus , +Heiko Mahr , +Rich Barbara , +Robin Griggs Wood and +Ron Clifford to encourage and assist us. We worked as a team - offering constructive comments - advice and suggestions. We were able to see the world through the eyes of others with the same assignment. Limits didn’t exist and we were encouraged to step out of the box and try new approaches. What was interesting was that we still maintained our own style and that was evident as the weeks progressed. We could look at a photo and know who it belonged to - but yet see the progress that was being made. In the end we saw that our 'vision' was growing, expanding and blossoming.

When asked - ‘What Street Photography Means To Me’: part of my reply was this
“An opportunity to grab a moment - whether it is chaos or solitude - among strangers. An early morning in a random city around the world. A nighttime walk full of energy and dark shadows. The view from a street cafe. Children at play. People deep in their thoughts among the crowds. People performing on the streets - and those that live on the streets. Being lost yet finding security in the world around me.”

This still holds very true and now I have the skills to further enhance those moments. To use various disciplines such as Natural Contrast - Points of View - Balance and Tension - Shadows - Layers - Reflection - Composition and Blurred focus to add another layer of intrigue to ‘my story’ .

A heartfelt thank you to Teresa and her fabulously talented team of Moderators - to my fellow mentees for sharing their support as well as their progress.

I highly encourage anyone interested in expanding their knowledge in photography to partake and get involved in the programs available through the +G Mentorship Program. These are people that want to do this - they give their time and energy to enhancing the artistic abilities of others and promoting the field of photography.

The photos I chose here represent the disciplines studied and also my personal vision during these past 8 weeks. I was fortunate to be traveling in North and Central America - Europe and the Caribbean islands and found not only fabulous inspiration but brought back pretty spectacular memories that were enhanced by the lessons taught in this course. Teresa always wished us “Good Light” and that says it all….

Stephanie Cassiday-Krueger #FYVision2017

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"I can honestly say that I have learnt so much, not only from Teresa and the mentors, but also from the incredibly talented group of fellow mentees who were generous in their support and input into critique." ~ +Kitten KaboodleInc

Such wonderful images you created, Kitten! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding Your Vision 2017 - Graduation Album
(Note: Apologies for the umpteenth repost - had glitches with the album format!)

Recently I completed the awesome Finding Your Vision street photography program which was developed and run by the fantabulous +teresa pilcher​​ here on Google Plus, with the help of +Rich Barbara​​​, +Karolina Trapp​​, +Alex Lapidus​​, +Heiko Mahr​​ and +Robin Griggs Wood​​​. :)

This is the fourth (?) photography based program I've completed that's run under the umbrella of the +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​which does SO much in promoting and cultivating the great photography that makes G+ such a great sharing platform :)

During the program we explored the artistic elements that can help lift a street photo above the ordinary. The focus was predominantly on SOOC (although some minor adjustment permitted and with the final lesson touching on the role of post processing if desired).

There are many sub-genres within street photography, and as I discovered there is so much more to it than being out there on a street capturing a 'decisive moment'. I can understand why now it takes a lot of practice and effort to take a truly great street photo.. and I'm hooked! 😉

I can honestly say that I have learnt so much, not only from Teresa and the mentors, but also from the incredibly talented group of fellow mentees who were generous in their support and input into critique. Thank you all SO much for your part in my photographic discoveries and personal growth!

Lastly, thanks so much to the followers who check out and plus my photos - your interest is very much appreciated! :))

I hope you enjoy a selection of my favourite shots taken during the program.

Kitten Kaboodle =^.^=

#streetphotography #b&w #sepia #colour #blur
#peoplephotography #girls #guys #pavement #steps #beach #night #darkside #nightphotography #graphics #beach #summer #australia #dog #kids #festivalgoers #hipsters #skateboarders #shoppingcentre #silhouette #cars #reflections #desaturated #bridge #fujifilm #kk.inc #fyv2017kkgradalbum





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"my understanding of what I’m trying to achieve has evolved, and with that comes a different way to see and photograph the world. ... every time I pick up the camera now the process is different, what I see is different." ~ +Chris Sutton

Such great images, Chris, and WOW that woman in a red dress shot! ... ;oD. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!


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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding Your Vision Mentorship 2017 - Final Album

Sadly, the eight weeks of this mentorship have passed by all too quickly. But what a ride we had, striving to perfect our technique yes, but more importantly, understanding how we can use some newly gained skills to better express our thoughts and understanding of the world around us. That understanding and view of our world is precisely what helps to define how we can create unique photographs.

Is my vision complete? It probably never will be, like everyone else I inevitably change as the world changes around me. However, my understanding of what I’m trying to achieve has evolved, and with that comes a different way to see and photograph the world. That’s not just in street photography either, every time I pick up the camera now the process is different, what I see is different.

In street photography, the surprise for me is that I’ve changed from a distant observer to an engager (shock horror, introvert talks to somebody :) ). That engagement ranges from a shared glance to hours long conversations, and not surprisingly the photographs reflect that engagement. For me that’s been the missing link, bog ordinary photographs of somebody walking down a street don’t fit my vision, what I do want to express is how people live in the modern urban environment, how they interact with spaces, people around them, good architecture and bad. I know I’m not there yet, but I’m sure on my way.

How did this happen? Well it wouldn’t have happened without the amazing program +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers, the patient guidance of our mentor, +teresa pilcher and the constant presence of directors ,+Alex Lapidus and +Robin Griggs Wood, and helpers +Heiko Mahr +Karolina Trapp and +Rich Barbara. When that process is allied with an amazing group of photographers who interact, discuss, guide, and share their knowledge, then the learning environment is like no other I’ve experienced.

So I’ll raise a glass (metaphorically) to all those who were a part of this mentorship, and for anyone who would like to learn and stretch themselves photographically, follow the program and keep an eye open for new mentorship announcements.

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18/05/2017
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"I learned so much on this mentorship to help guide me into making much more interesting, impactful and story telling images." ~ +Rita Zietsma

Such amazing images, Rita!! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding Your Vision - Final Plus Post #pluspost #FYV2017 #graduationalbum

We have just completed an 8 week +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers called Finding Your Vision-Street Photography - with our tireless, uber talented and knowledgeable leader +teresa pilcher and our amazing moderators +Alex Lapidus +Robin Griggs Wood +Karolina Trapp and +Rich Barbara. Thank you all so much for shairng your knowledge, time and commitment with us all during this mentorship.

I used to go to the streets with my camera and not really know how to shoot with impact. I learned so much on this mentorship to help guide me into making much more interesting, impactful and story telling images. Tips such as setting your stage, adding emphasis, finding unique perspectives, panning, blurring, adding balance and tension and adding complexities have helped me to see the streets differently and have raised my street images up a notch or two.

I've always been shy about pointing my camera at strangers on the street - and this mentorship has helped me both to be less shy and to find ways to still take street shots without being too obvious.

I thoroughly enjoyed this mentorship and highly recommend it.
Thanks to all my fellow mentees for your awesome comments and inspirational images. I've learned from each one of you.

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"It's a wonderful and supportive community and I developed a new way of seeing the world." ~ +Caleb Asch

Wow, fabulous images, Caleb! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding Your Vision 2017 with +teresa pilcher​​​​​ and +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers

Caleb Asch Graduation Album
I just graduated the Finding Your Vision 2017 +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers. This 8-week mentorship program masterfully led by Teresa Pilcher is one of the best things I've done for and with my photography.
It's a wonderful and supportive community and I developed a new way of seeing the world.
If you're at all interested in street photography or even if you just like it, come on in the water's great!


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"These eight weeks have changed everything. ... _life has become so much more exciting " ~ +Nicole Ina Michel

Such awesome work, Nicole! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!


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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing

FYV2017 Graduation Album - +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​​​
FINDING YOUR VISION 2017 🎆🎆🎆🎆


Hi, All,

Thank you +teresa pilcher​​​​ for eight weeks of playful learning - time flies, as we say in Germany. New challenges are ahead leaving me little time to feel sorry that the mentorship is already over - and now that I am slowing down and thinking about these eight weeks I feel a tremendous sorrow creeping up my throat - but as Teresa says - it is not the end but the beginning of so much more to come.

I always had admired street photography and even shot a couple of, let's be honest very timid photos which now, after these eight weeks I would consider snapshots. Hit the streets of Speyer became my slogan. That and Teresa's assignments forced me out of my comfort zone. I actually am pretty much into close-ups and macros. Here my brain had to figure out, what and how I wanted to shoot, my home a small lab for photography experiments which challenged my brain to seek solutions. Suddenly I was supposed to do outdoor shooting - honestly, I always hated these Sunday strolls, when the body could experience exercise but not the brain.

These eight weeks have changed everything. Each week I learned something new like finding your settings, creating silhouettes, using natural lightning hunting for shadows, adding complexity, different point of views and last but not least processing with intent. Now I can't wait to go out, already planning ahead where I want to go to, if the sunlight is just right and waiting for interesting people to come along - life has become so much more exciting.

Here comes the last virtual flower bouquet 💐 and I hope you will enjoy this small thank you and my graduation album as a small thank you for such a tremendous amount of work you have undergone with all of us. I hope they will all become street photographers.

Thank you Teresa for making this, wonderful eight weeks and +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​​​ for providing the space for her unique mentorship, and thanks to +Karolina Trapp​​​​, +Rich Barbara​​​, +Heiko Mahr​​​ and +Alex Lapidus​ for being great mentors.
Nicole 
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"It has been a wonderful whirlwind of learning, shooting and communicating. The outstanding organization, content and commitment of Teresa and all the mentors and participants really contributed to enable each of the participants to achieve a new level of understanding in their photography." ~ +Jane Levine

Such wonderful images, Jane! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
#FYV2017 Final Plus Post and Graduation Album
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I have just finished an 8 week mentorship titled Finding your Vision 2017 in Street Photography organized by +teresa pilcher and +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers
It has been a wonderful whirlwind of learning, shooting and communicating. The outstanding organization, content and commitment of Teresa and all the mentors and participants really contributed to enable each of the participants to achieve a new level of understanding in their photography.
We began with an overview of the general ideas of the meaning of street photography and then explored photographers who have inspired and influenced each of us to create street images. This gave us a wonderful framework to begin to examine the elements necessary to create a successful street photography image.
Every part of this workshop helped each of us take a step closer to understanding our vision for creating street images. One thing for me has been to push myself to get over my fear and anxiety and get in closer with the 35mm lens on the street. It creates a more intimate sense of being in the midst of all the action. All the encouragement and experimentation in this mentorship has given me an opportunity to push myself in closer. For me photography has been a journey where I have been able to explore different genres and styles, each of which has helped me understand and create successful images. The freedom to experiment with shooting styles and processing has allowed me to make small improvements in my photographs. This has been a most pleasurable journey and it has helped me to better understand street photography and how to incorporate many of these essential elements into my own work.
This mentorship has been a highlight in every aspect. I have been so impressed with this wonderful, dedicated, and creative group. It has been a true pleasure participating. I want to thank +teresa pilcher for all her diligence in creating this fabulous forum for growth in Street Photography and for allowing me to participate. Also I want to thank the other mentors +Alex Lapidus+Heiko Mahr+Karolina Trapp+Rich Barbara+Robin Griggs Wood and all my fellow participants. The excitement and enthusiasm of everyone involved has been contagious and has pushed and inspired each of us to challenge ourselves and create some riveting images. I will really miss this group.
I must give a total enthusiastic endorsement of +teresa pilcher. She is an outstanding, enthusiastic, and decisive leader who has shared her vision and love of photography and learning with all the participants. She has created a great sense of community within the group to encourage each participant to feel that everyone values their contributions as well as having an infinite amount of patience to smooth over any complications and/or small glitches that might have occurred. It has been a wonderful learning environment for participants with varying backgrounds and skills in photography. I would enthusiastically recommend that you jump on any opportunity to participate in any future mentorship.
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"I personally found it immensely valuable to have a supportive environment to discuss and share openly while experimenting with different themes." ~ +Angelo Gifford

Truly wonderful work, Angelo! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding your vision - Street Photography G+ Mentorship Program

Over the past eight weeks I have been on a G+ Mentorship Program online course designed and lead by +teresa pilcher​ and supported by +Karolina Trapp​ and +Rich Barbara​.

I have rarely seen or heard of a course in street photography. Workshops yes. In this program you are taken through many important elements of street photography, you get focus on particular topics and share and discuss your outcomes. I personally have been practicing for a couple of years and some of my co-students are more experienced and some less. But I personally found it immensely valuable to have a supportive environment to discuss and share openly while experimenting with different themes.

For those of you interested in street photography and wanting to develop your skills, you could not do better than to sign up for this wonderful and great +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​ course on street photography. I am just discovering that there are many other courses offered in many different styles and have already signed up for another.

A sample of 10 my photos taken during the course is in the album below.
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5/18/17
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"What can I say! I'm amazed and surprised at my results and will be forever thankful to the Mentorship Program here on G+ for stretching my creative abilities above and beyond my expectations." ~ +Diana Brown

Wow, such amazing images, Diana! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Finding Your Vision 2017 with +teresa pilcher​​​​​​​ and +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​​​​​​​#FYV2017
Graduation Album:Diana Brown

"Pick your Favourites" said Teresa, when a question was posed about how to make our selection for our final album.

After much pondering, here are my top 10. They all make me laugh or smile and I now realise that is why they are my favourites. Each one has helped me to explore and express my personal vision of Street Photography and encouraged me on my way.

In Week 1 we were asked to write about our personal vision. Mine included being drawn towards capturing Beauty in the Ordinary, Humour in the Unexpected and a Touch of the Whimsical
What can I say! I'm amazed and surprised at my results and will be forever thankful to the Mentorship Program here on G+ for stretching my creative abilities above and beyond my expectations.

From 'Mind my Little Bruvver' to 'Don't Kick the Dog, Eric!', I hope that my top ten express what a fun, growing and learning experience this Mentorship has been over the last 8 weeks.

Thank you, there are not enough words to express my gratitude to +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​, the talented and generous +teresa pilcher​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​, all behind the scenes +Alex Lapidus​​​​​​​, +Heiko Mahr​​​​​​​, +Robin Griggs Wood​​​​​​, +Karolina Trapp​​​​​​ +Rich Barbara​​​​​​ and my fellow street wanderers on the team.

I can recommend this Mentorship wholeheartedly next time it calls by your street.

The images all have a Title, click the info tab on each full size image.


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"I have attended several courses over the last few years, but nothing has been as productive and personally so satisfying as this mentorship." ~ +Enrique Barreiro Alonso

Wow, that's awesome, Enrique!! We're glad to hear it! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and great work from your time in +teresa pilcher's "Finding Your Vision" mentorship!

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For anyone who has read this far, consider mentoring someone else here (or more) ... some people don't even know where to start with their cameras and you could be the change they need in their lives. Even the smallest bit of knowledge can be passed on and you can create your mentorship in many different ways. Imagine the feeling of taking someone to their next level, paying forward the knowledge you've received and watching someone blossom with enthusiasm and accomplishment! Find out how you can get that feeling for yourself herehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2AGAbjLwjUcY0ZiNHlHY2FoNlU/view?usp=sharing
Final Plus Post +++ #FYV2017

+G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers

After these eight weeks I feel that there is clearly a before and after in my way of doing street photography. Reading and viewing photos of good photographers is fundamental, but it is of little value if you do not go out on the street doing one photo after another. This is what I used to do before starting this mentorship, and it's the same thing I do now ... with a big difference: now I'm looking for a purpose, I try to think more and shoot less. More fishing and less hunting, so to speak. Of course I still enjoy it enormously when I can capture an image on the fly, without thinking. But now, after these eight weeks, I have also learned to enjoy other aspects.

I have learned the importance of having the patience to think the photo in advance, find a stage and wait patiently for the actors to arrive. Getting used to staying for long minutes in the same place waiting for that scene I had imagined was not easy for me at the beginning. Something in my head told me that a little further I was missing some good picture, that I had to move, that I was wasting time there. In fact, I often did not get the photo, or when I got it, it did not turn out to be as interesting as I had imagined it. But when I have achieved it I have always felt a fantastic sense of success and reward.

It was not easy, but I really enjoyed the search for tension or capturing blurred photos, something that I had not worked deliberately until now. They are great resources that I love to have incorporated into my toolbox, and in which I will keep trying to improve my skills. In a few days I will travel to the United States for the first time, where I will be three weeks, and I think the time I can dedicate to photograph the street will be a great opportunity to test everything I have learned in this mentorship, and make the most of this trip.

I have attended several courses over the last few years, but nothing has been as productive and personally so satisfying as this mentorship. I think I'll never thank +teresa pilcher enough to accept me in this program, her effort and her dedication, as well as that of the other mentors, +Karolina Trapp, +Rich Barbara, +Alex Lapidus, +Heiko Mahr and +Robin Griggs Wood

And of course, the whole effort of the mentors would not have been enough without the incredible involvement of my mentorship colleagues. Really, thank you very much everyone for your thoughts and feedback, for making me enjoy your vision and images, for your contagious enthusiasm. I sincerely hope to enjoy again your talent, your company and your photos in future programs as fantastic as this one. My best regards for all of you.

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