Discover what qualities separate a fine photograph, one that is enduringly meaningful from those considered ordinary and quickly forgotten. Gain new understanding about the techniques that worked for such masters as Edward Weston and Ansel Adams, that may help you improve and refine your own approach to image making.
We will spend time doing an image sharpening exercise and then continue on to discuss the importance of developing a theme as a way to direct your work, rather than just moving in a haphazard direction.
The essentials required for getting to the final goal, that of a cohesive body of work will be covered; starting with basic camera controls and moving on to digital techniques for fine print adjustments, use of common software applications, and where best to direct your creative energies. All levels of experience are welcome.
March 5, 2016 – 10am to 4pm – Break for lunch – (Snow Date: March 6th)
Instructor: Ron Rosenstock
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Known internationally for his teaching, Ron Rosenstock has shown his photography in over one hundred exhibitions around the world. He studied with noted photographer Paul Caponigro and Minor White, going on to publish six books of his own work along with numerous portfolios and articles that appeared in magazines. He is a member of the state department’s “Art for Embassy” program. Learn more about Rosenstock’s work by visiting his website at www.ronrosenstock.com
Questions about the class?
For questions or more information you can contact our Gallery Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802)251-6051.
If you are unable to attend the workshop for whatever reason and have already registered, VCP will refund 100% of the fee if notice is given by March 2nd. In the chance that we must reschedule for our snow-date last minute and you are unable to attend the rescheduled date, VCP will refund 50% of your registration fee.