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Photography Spring Concentration

Photo Spring Concentration
March 8 – May 1, 2020
Mercedes Jelinek
Processing Process

This workshop will take students on a circular journey through photographic processes, from analog to digital and back again. We’ll cover large-format camera use, film developing, and traditional darkroom printing. Then we’ll explore the basics of digital photography and make archival inkjet prints from digital images and film scans. We’ll complete the loop by making digitally-printed negatives for use with historic, hand-coated printing processes. We’ll also cover still life, street photography, portraiture, landscape and architectural photography, composition, lighting, night photography, digital workflow, digital editing with Lightroom and/or Photoshop, archiving, and more. Guest instructor Dan Estabrook will join us for a week. All levels. Code S00P
This workshop has a studio fee of $500.

Fine art and commercial photographer; teaching: Appalachian State University (NC), East Carolina University Italy Intensives Program, Penland; former Penland resident artist; exhibitions: Ogden Museum (New Orleans), SoHo Photo (NYC), Page Bond Gallery (VA), Satellite Art Show at Art Basel Miami; author of These Americans and Lost: Spruce Pine (both Kris Graves Projects).

We regret that we had to cut this workshop short due to the current pandemic. Please see our COVID-19 Response page for more information. Thank you for your understanding and support as we navigate this evolving situation.

Mercedes Jelinek, "Cloud Feather," archival pigment print, 30 x 30 inches