2 hours 5 minutes
Suitable for all
As they stroll the streets, cathedrals, and cafes, with cameras always at the ready, Jay shares his thoughts on everything from why you shouldn't have a plan to what gesture means to him, and all the while Scott asks the questions that keeps Jay delving deeper into each topic. This class will challenge the way you think about your photography and leave you itching to head out into the street.
Join Scott as he introduces the class and meets up with Jay where they discuss what is so special about shooting in Paris.
The Hardest Thing is to Not Plan
Jay likes to go out not knowing what he's going to shoot for the day and let the adventure happen.
Everything in the world has gesture, and Jay delves into what gesture means to him.
Be Your Most Severe Critic
Jay and Scott discuss how to know when you have something good.
Creating unique and original photographs can come from being open to whatever presents itself before you.
Do It Because You Love It
Jay heads out shooting with just the video team and shares his thoughts on everything from art to working with models.
Study The Masters
Jay is a firm believer that studying the work of the masters of painting changes the way you see the world, and shows you what has worked in two dimensional art throughout the ages.
Inspiring French Photographers
Jay discusses the French photographers that have inspired him, and then answers questions sent in to Scott.
Street shooting is something that happens when you are in an environment where you have no control.
Jay and Scott wrap up the class and say farewell to Paris.
Photographer Jay Maisel's career spans 40 years. His name has become synonymous with vibrant colour photography that uses light and gesture to create countless unforgettable images for advertising, editorial, and corporate communications.
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