IPHF Virtual Lecture/Workshop Series with Master Photographer Alan Ross
3-Part Virtual Series
September 12, October 10, and November 14, 2020
Online: Saturdays, 10:00 – 11:30am CST
Classes are limited to 25 people per session
Description: In this three part digital workshop —open to photographers at all levels—the emphasis will be on mastering those photographic concepts and techniques essential to the creation of an image that more effectively expresses your vision.
3-Part Series, Including Classes The Magic of Black-and-White, Bringing Your Image to Life and Beyond the Snapshot: Expressing Your Vision:
Class #1: September 12th, 2020
The Magic of Black-and-White
By its very nature, black-and-white is an abstraction of reality. Alan will share how he “sees” in black-and-white, explore what makes a successful black-and-white image, and show you his favorite tips and techniques for converting your images to black-and-white and creating a tonally rich final image.
Class 1 Only: Members $75/Non-Members $90 Each Class
Class #2: October 10th, 2020
Bringing Your Image to Life
Using selected images from participants, Alan will talk you through the tools and techniques he uses to transform an image, translating the literal to something more personal and expressive. Think of it as an image “makeover.” You’ll learn how to post-process quickly and effectively by watching how he transforms a selection of participant images.
Class 2 Only: Members $75/Non-Members $90 Each Class
Class #3: November 14th, 2020
Beyond the Snapshot: Expressing Your Vision
Snapshots are great, but most of us want to go deeper with our photography and share a feeling, an experience or a reaction. We want to tell a story. Let Alan take you step-by-step through how he “sees” photographically and how he approaches creating an image that expresses his personal vision.
Class 3 Only: Members $75/Non-Members $90 Each Class
Time: Approx. 90 minutes per session
IPHF’s Virtual Workshop Series will be hosted on the Zoom Video Communications platform. Links to meetings will be provided after registration. Technical assistance will be available at IPHF by phone and email.
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Call (314) 535-1999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance
Image: © Alan Ross