Day of the Dead Best of Week Photos: Frank Hunter

Frank Hunter is photographer/instructor for our Day of the Dead Photography Expedition (DOTD).  In addition to daily learning sessions that Frank led, he was right along with us shooting photos.  By seeing his work on a daily basis, we were able to identify his photographic style and learn from his technique, as well as getting great advice all along the way.

Frank’s teaches in a low-key, easy-going way that is more personal coaching than “do it this way” direction.  He says there are many different ways to get a good photo and photography requires experimentation as well as the basic fundamentals.  It was a joy to work with and learn from him.

Just before the workshop started, five of Frank’s photographs were published in the New York Times.  That called for a TMM (tamarind mezcal margarita) and a toast to a great upcoming photography week experience. Yes!

Taking a list for 2014 DOTD photo expedition.  Contact me.

Here are Frank Hunter’s best of the week photographs to share with you.

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2 Responses to Day of the Dead Best of Week Photos: Frank Hunter

  1. It’s warming to see these photos again. I experienced a very stimulating week with Frank, Norma, the diverse group of photographers participating in the workshop, and, of course, the families that shared their homes with us. It was an experience that can’t be duplicated, but thanks to these photographic treasures, it can always be relived.

    • Katie, it was so special to have you — a poet writer — accompanying us on this adventure. You see the world through another type of lens and record it with words that are heartfelt, tender, often gripping. It was great to share this experience with you and Ron, a talented photographer. Thank you. -Norma

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