The act of learning isn’t always conspicuously “active.” But if it’s photographed well, you can see the brain cogs cranking and a spark of awe and wonder shining through the eyes.  

The goal is to capture the spark of awe and wonder shining through the eyes.

 

The setting is key to convey the intellectual stimulation, color and movement of learning, teaching, hands-on experiencing, socializing, dancing, singing, dining.

 
 

Greg’s secret in capturing these enlightening moments is to blend in and let people act naturally… what he calls the art of “planned casualness.” He’s so good at it that you actually feel smarter just by watching other people learn.

 
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