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Hone your senses and powers of observation so that you may grow more aware of the magic around you.
English author and playwright Eden Phillpotts once said “the universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” In this breakout, learn to hone your senses and powers of observation so that you may grow more aware of the magic around you. Learn to see the world differently and appreciate the light, composition, and stories in your everyday life. Then acquire the skills necessary to turn what you see into beautiful photographs that become a visual representation of your story.
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I’ve often told her I want to see with her eyes. She has the extraordinary ability to see ordinary things and make them so special. Through this breakout she has answered how and why she sees things the way she does and I couldn’t be happier to learn so many new ways to observe and notice! She has made me look more closely at the world around me in ways I’d never thought of before. She is equally passionate about finding the magic in the mundane – whether with your children, in your kitchen or on the street. I am learning to notice light and objects I’ve simply walked past before. I really couldn’t recommend this breakout more! Thank you Laura Beth!
I love how Laura writes and explains things. As a preferred homebody, I am relishing the ability to look at our daily lives differently, taking in the beauty in things I would normally overlook, and forcing myself to slow down & capture these moments in photographs. With three young kids, and another on the way, our days can feel rather repetitive even though they are so different. This breakout has helped me see so much more that is happening around me. Absolutely recommend this breakout !!
I would highly recommend this to all moms because we all need to remember that it doesn’t need to be perfect to be magical. I love that I’m looking at my everyday in a different light. I am also looking at my surroundings to find interesting things to photograph beyond my kids (because they get tired of mamarrazi). I’m working to embrace the chaos that comes with a 3 year old and 5 month old in the house and documenting their real life – not just my desire to have well posed pictures of them. Laura does a great job on helping the reader tell a story with pictures in the breakout.