TheFIX 006: Creativity for Photographers with Sean Kernan

In this episode:

Master photographer and creativity expert Sean Kernan shares exciting exercises to help you tap into your well of creativity as a photographer.

Highlights of this episode:

01:20 Sean and Jan chat about creativity in photography and how to improve your perceptive skills.
14:10 Sean demonstrates exercises you can use to enhance your own creativity as a photographer.

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About our guest:

Sean Kernan is an inspiring photographer whose work evidences his embrace of the creative process. His photographs have been exhibited at museums and galleries around the world and published in The New York Times magazine, Smithsonian, New York, Harpers, Communication Arts, and other prestigious publications. His books include the incomparable photographic monograph The Secret Books—a moving series of black and white photographs illustrating text by Jorge Luis Borges.

Sean has been developing exercises in creativity for photographers and other creative professionals for over 30 years. He's taught workshops in photography and creativity at the International Center for Photography, the New School, Santa Fe Photo Workshops, and Maine Photo Workshops. His latest book, Looking into The Light, offers creative exercises for photographers, including some exercises he demonstrates for us in this episode of TheFIX.

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Where's Jan?

To see what Jan has been up to lately, check out her in-depth Lightroom, Photoshop and Elements training courses at, her free YouTube tutorials, and her latest book The Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop for Photographers Classroom in a Book.

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