The Why of Black and White Photography Level 2 Workshop
Nov 17, 2018 - Jan 19, 2019 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm | Category: Workshop
A three month advanced black and white photography workshop.
The Why of B&W Photography Workshop - Level 2
Color Management, Printing, and Exhibiting with Roger Lobdell and Robert Floyd
NOV 17, DEC 15, and JAN 19, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Workshop Goals: Help you as intermediate and advanced photographers to:
- Establish or improve your color-managed workflow
- Reduce your time and money spent on photo editing and printing
- Imrove the impact of your prints
- Present your five final master prints during an Artist Gallery Conversation at The Floyd Gallery
Three sessions will be held at The Floyd Gallery on 3rd Saturdays.
Experience: Intermediate or advanced photographers who have either participated in or have the awareness, knowledge, and skill achieved in “Why B&W Photography Workshop – Level 1”
Software: Access to and working knowledge of supported commercially-available photo applications including Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, and Photoshop Elements.
Monitor: Calibrated by a hardware/software-based calibration system.
Photo Printer: Able to produce exhibit-quality prints.
Preparation: Prior to the first session, you will select 3 prints you like and 2 prints you want help with. B&W prints are preferred. Images will be printed on photo quality paper with an ink space from 8x10 to 12x18 inches in size. You will bring your 5 prints to the first session at the Gallery.
Monthly Assignments: During each month, you will focus on a specific genre and capture up to 36 images including multiple captures of the same subject. You will print and bring your 3 best and two challenge prints to the upcoming session.
Workshop Meetings: During a session, you will present your 3 best images taken during the month and explain why you made the choices you did. You will also present two prints you had difficulty with. Your fellow participants will provide constructive feedback in the spirit of mutual learning.
“Photographer’s Choice.” At the last session, you will present yourr best five B&W prints you produced during the course of this workshop.
You are invited to present your 5 best B&W prints during an Artist Gallery Conversation at the Floyd Photo Gallery on a Sunday afternoon..
Tuition is only $295. Limited enrollment to no more than 3 other participants and you.