Photo Fall One-Week Session I
October 6-12, 2019
Black & White Landscape Photography
Through photographing in the field, experimentation, and critique, we’ll learn to make compelling images of the landscape. We’ll consider historic and current practice as we learn to think about landscape—photographing in nearby mountains and forests and working in the darkroom with the goal of producing a cohesive body of prints. We’ll emphasize observation, personal vision, and exploring new vocabularies. We’ll cover a wide range of topics including metering, exposure, depth of field, pinhole photography, film development, darkroom printing, split-filter burning, lighting, and composition. All levels. Code F01P
Studio artist; teaching: International Center of Photography (NYC), Warren Wilson College (NC), The Bascom (NC); exhibitions: Southeast Museum of Photography (FL), Ogden Museum (New Orleans), Soho Photo (NYC); collections: Museum of Fine Arts Houston, American Academy of Arts and Letters (NYC), Florida Museum of Photographic Arts.