Introducing: CAPTURE Photography Workshops!

The latest from Lenspiration!


Everywhere I go, I’m always meeting new photographers! It’s so much fun to pass around tips, share stories, and simply learn from each other’s experiences. And the more photographers I meet, the more I realize how many of them are following the exact same path of learning and experience that I have traveled; they have the same questions, the same frustrations, the same desire for learning more . . . the same bewilderment of not knowing how to develop their skills in a world that doesn’t think from a Christian perspective any more . . .

To help answer these questions is my motivation behind starting up the Lenspiration CAPTURE workshops. LensCaps, for short. Smile Basically, landscape photography workshops with these three main goals:

  1. To learn techniques for enhancing the emotional impact of your landscape images.
  2. To provide a hands-on environment (vs. a classroom setting) for answering the questions that will take your photographic skill to the next level.
  3. To inspire Christian photographers to hold a Biblical standard of beauty and maturity in their work.

You’re not alone in your desire to serve God with your photography. The first CAPTURE workshop will be held in North Carolina in June and all photographers are welcome! All the details I could think of are on the new Workshops page. It’s been years in the making, but it will certainly be fun to meet more photographers! What’s on your schedule for June 12-15?



  1. Michael May 23, 2013 at 6:52 am #

    Wow James, this is an opportunity not to be missed! I couldn’t ask for a better place for a photography workshop! Having been to the Canadian Rockies, eastern Canada, Glacier, Tetons, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Big Bend, New Hampshire, Everglades, the Arkansas Ozarks, Zion & Bryce, the north woods of Michigan, various shorelines, and the farmland of the corn belt, there is no scenery I prefer above the Appalachians, especially the high hills of the Smokies region and western NC. And a great time of year too for the lushest greenery!

  2. James May 25, 2013 at 9:43 pm #

    You’re right Michael, there’s something very unique about the Appalachian mountains. It has not been until recently that I’ve begun to explore the high country of North Carolina so I’m looking forward to explore it even more!

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