"HOW TO TALK ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHS, AND MAKE BETTER ONES"
With Rick McCawley
The book will take an analytical look at why the best photos are the best. Rick will discuss how to critique your photographs,
giving you the secrets to not only choose which are your best, but also help you make better photographs.
and concepts used to critically analyze what makes a great photograph underwater.
The audience can download the images and PowerPoint presentation and the rubric with which to
discuss their favorite image right after the main presentation is done.
Rick McCawley is a Photographer, Design Thinker and Senior Professor of Graphic Design at Broward College for the past 21 years. As a diver from age 14, Rick has made over 2500 dives.
In 13 years as a staff photographer for the Miami Herald (1980-1993), he was shot at during riots, dove to capture the first photos of the rediscovered treasure ship Nuestra Señora de Atocha with Mel Fisher the day it was rediscovered, and lived in a trailer photographing the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew (part of the public service Pulitzer Prize team).
Other favorite assignments include shooting the Miami Dolphins, the first space shuttle launch, and four Presidents and the Pope. His photos have appeared in Time, NY Times, Paris Match, and countless other publications.
Rick is a publisher of over 29 books on Graphic Design, Photography, and Fine Art, his latest books include an Underwater Photography Guide book he is publishing through a KickStarter Project.
His consulting firm Digital Renaissance specializes in training and creating digital arts curriculum for Universities in the Southeast U.S.
Rick has an MA in photography from Barry University and an MFA in Graphic Design from Florida Atlantic University.