Wild Turkey, (c) Photo by Steve Kaye

Why Did the Turkey Cross the Road

Why did the turkey cross the road?


Wild Turkey, (c) Photo by Steve Kaye, in post, Why Did the Turkey Cross the Road

Wild Turkey


Have you ever wondered, “Why did the turkey cross the road?”

Although less known, this question still has merit.

The answer is: To attend Steve Kaye’s photo class.

Wait! Before you run, this is more than an ad. It’s a reflection on adult learning.

Suppose you were going to design a 3-hour class on Nature Photography, what would you do?

Recognize that your audience could include teenagers who have won contests and senior citizens who just bought a camera.

Here are the three elements of what I offer (which is the key to successful adult learning).

1) Mechanics – Clear, practical, proven techniques for effective photos.

2) Philosophy – Concepts that lead to more memorable photos.

3) Examples – Stories that show how I met challenges resulting in better photos.

Then I add a bit of whimsey, some encouragement, and a friendly approach.

You see, your greatest freedom is your ability to be creative.

I want to stir that creativity. And in doing that, I want to inspire people to go beyond what they thought was possible.

So effective adult learning is more than a lecture. It’s a a thought-provoking learning experience that changes how people do something.

And that’s compelling enough to make a turkey cross the road.

Much success,

Steve Kaye


Resources

Find info about my photo class here: Photo Class

Find info about my talks here: Bird Talks

 


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2 Comments
  • Migue Macias
    Posted at 16:08h, 10 February

    Why did the turkey cross the road?
    Because he wanted to be photographed by Steve Kaye

  • Bob Franz
    Posted at 07:03h, 11 February

    Because he had a death wish?

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