Review On Psychology and creativity photo retreat
It was a great pleasure and priceless experience for me to take part in the photo psychology course. We lived in the ancient monastery on the banks of the Neman river, surrounded by blooming spring meadows, fields and forests.
I leaned a lot about color, light, composition and all other elements of photography that make a picture more appealing to the human eye and ceases ones attention in the world overpopulated by endless visual stimuli. Great emphasis was placed on various meditation techniques. Waking up early in the morning, having a yoga and meditation session were setting a new very different rhythm to the day. It also helped me to gain an unusual, unorthodox way of seeing the world around. Noticing small, little things and trying to communicate your perception of them to the viewer became in a way easier as the course progressed.
It was lovely to get an insight into the monastery life. People were so nice there, happy with what they do and spreading positive mind-set. I liked it a lot and rested well regardless of long intensive days.
I would like to say big thank you to Igor Skibenko for this unforgettable experience.
Presented images are the part of the course personal assignment “Moods of the yellow color”