In this episode, photographer Sean Brown discusses the value of in-person photography education and conferences, arguing they are not dead despite the rise of online learning. He reflects on his transformative first conference experience at Senior Style Guide’s PUSH event, where he formed connections, learned new techniques, and gained focus. While acknowledging online education’s merits, Sean emphasizes the organic bonding, enlightening conversations, and comfort zone-breaking that happen at live workshops and conferences. He urges photographers to invest in in-person training, predicting the connections and growth will be worth far more than the cost. Despite online learning’s prevalence, Sean insists in-person photography education will rebound and remains an unparalleled experience.
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