Hi, I'm Edward Eastman, but that's just my name.
As a photographer, I strive to see the unusual in the everyday, the extraordinary in the common and the different in the familiar. When in a flow state, abstract images, land forms and interesting street photographs present them selves - I just press the shutter.
"The artist is a receptacle for the emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider's web." - Pablo Picasso
As a photographer, I explore the variations of my own personal vision; as a teacher, I hope to inspire others and be inspired by those I teach.
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At the Dundas Valley School of Art (www.dvsa.ca/classes/) in the Winter, Fall and Spring terms, I teach a number of photography courses:
- Introduction to Digital Photography
- Introduction to Lightroom
- Photography Composition
Drop by their website (www.dvsa.ca/classes/) and check out my up coming classes. I look forward to meeting and working with you.
If you want one-on-one assistance, or need help cleaning up a LrC catalog mess, email me. I've used Adobe Lightroom since Ver 1.0 and currently use Lightroom Classic (LrC)/Photoshop (subscription version). I'll help you create your own personal image editing workflow that'll get you editing in LrC with confidence. My fee is a reasonable - $25.00/hr. If you’re a local photographer, I'll come to you - one-on-one.
I've been photographing for... - lets just say a number of years. I started as an analog photographer and eventually switched to digital and have never looked back.
My digital camera allows "the emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider's web" to allow the magic to happen.
In my digital darkroom - a MacBook Pro laptop and Lightroom Classic (LrC) /Photoshop - my ultimate vision comes to life.
I find teaching lets me assist others in their photographic journey and I also learn a great deal from my students.
I photograph where my inspiration and the universe takes me, but I live in southern Ontario, Canada.
If you are a photographer and love discussing the creative spark, or want some assistance with some aspect of your photography, please contact me. For it's through our mutual connection and conversations that new awareness arises.
I'd be pleased to strike a friendly chat!
If you see a photo on my website or Instagram site, email me the image title. I'll contact you and we'll discuss the details.