Tyler Wirken

Genre:

Weddings/Engagement, Family/Children, Portraits, Commercial

Topic:

Lighting - Natural light, Lighting - OCF, Studio Lighting, Workflow

Location:

Kansas City, United States of America


Description:

Voted one of the “Top Ten Wedding Photographers in the World” by American Photo magazine, Tyler Started out as a newspaper photographer and discovered a passion for documentary photography early in his career and never looked back.

After 10 years in the wedding and family business, he found himself questioning a lot of conventional ideas about weddings. That’s when he asked himself– why am I doing this?

He believes those why questions help him create more meaningful photographs that go beyond just the surface and allows him to make images that truly matter. Rooted in the ethics of journalism he uses those techniques learned from his photojournalism experience and applies that same approach to his documentary and family projects.


Finding Your Vision


Teaching photographers is a passion that started over a decade ago at The Foundation Workshop and led Tyler to teach at various workshops, seminars and conferences worldwide. With over 15 years of experience as a mentor Tyler works with students, either at workshops or one on one via his Wirkshop Series, to commit to the documentary mindset and develop their own unique vision. Tyler's strengths lie in identifying a students personal road blocks as well as breaking down photographs into what works and what doesn't. He believes in the idea that photography is a craft that one must hone over a lifetime and a true craftsman makes photographs over taking them.

Price$250.00

Duration60 mins


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Finding Your Vision

Tyler Wirken

$250.00 - 60 mins

Teaching photographers is a passion that started over a decade ago at The Foundation Workshop and led Tyler to teach at various workshops, seminars and conferences worldwide. With over 15 years of experience as a mentor Tyler works with students, either at workshops or one on one via his Wirkshop Series, to commit to the documentary mindset and develop their own unique vision. Tyler's strengths lie in identifying a students personal road blocks as well as breaking down photographs into what works and what doesn't. He believes in the idea that photography is a craft that one must hone over a lifetime and a true craftsman makes photographs over taking them.