Come to the Holden Senior Center to see Ron Rosenstock's images of Iceland and hear about his travels with his camera through one of his favorite places on earth. 1:00 to 2:00 PM open to the public.
Join Ron Rosenstock at his presentation to The Camera Club of Central New England. The public is welcome. For more information, visit their website at http://www.ccocne.org/
Learn all the basics on developing your "show" ability for your photographic work. One of the most difficult aspects of photographing is getting your work exhibited. Ron will help answer all your questions about:
- Developing a theme and getting known for your theme
- Creating an audience, a topic Ron learned from Minor White
- Selecting locations
- Negotiating exhibition schedules
- Presenting exhibition ideas
- Preparing museum quality work: printing, matting and framing
- Getting recommendations and why they're important
- The nuts and bolts of hanging your photographs for maximum impact.
This is a topic that is seldom discussed and yet is one of the most important to developing desire for your work. Take your images to the next level with a show you can be proud of.
Then focus on the Art of Mat Cutting with Ron demonstrating and helping you perfect your mat cutting skills for your own photographs.
For more information visit the Providence Art Club website at https://providenceartclub.org/ or for registration information, call Angel Dean at 401.331.1114 ext. 16 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Exhibition Class of Ron Rosenstock will be presenting their work at The Sprinkler Factory Gallery in Worcester, MA. Come and see the variety of images that represent a world of ideas, inspired by Ron Rosenstock in this classroom setting once each month.
This exhibit begins with an opening reception on Saturday, April 7th from 5-8. The exhibit will remain open on Saturdays and Sundays throughout April and will end on Sunday, April 29th with a closing reception from 1-4PM.
Light Celebrating Itself: Exhibition of the Recent Work of Ron Rosenstock at the Providence Art Club
Over the past year, Ron Rosenstock has been traveling more than ever and experiencing new places such as Greenland and Scotland as well as old places in new ways such as Tuscany and Ireland. He will be exhibiting his latest images from his travels at the Providence Art Club from April 22nd through May 11th with an opening reception from 12 to 3 on April 22nd.
These latest images entitled "Light Celebrating Itself" really demonstrate Ron's philosophy that a meaningful photograph is not a photo of something but is something in itself. A photograph that is only subject matter is seen and quickly reduced to a memory of the chosen subject. A meaningful photograph is so much more. As with a meditative experience, there is no end to its possible depth. Not only is such a photograph an interpretation of the light that falls on the original subject matter, it is also a magical combination of that quality of light and a delicate balance achieved by light and dark areas in the image. Perhaps there exists an ancient formula for the proportions of light and dark areas within a print required to evoke in the viewer a profound depth of meaning. As with other forms of art through the ages, photography can connect us with this deeper meaning. Each of us seeks a direction in life without knowing the final destination. As artists and seekers we are drawn by a creative force to the Light within and so begin our life’s journey.
Photography As a Spiritual Experience: Featured Speaker of the Connecticut Association of Photographers Spring Meeting Dinner
Join master photographer Ron Rosenstock as he reflects on the art and craft of photography as the featured speaker for the Connecticut Association of Photographers Spring Meeting Celebration Dinner.
"My photographs are an attempt to understand the process of creation. They represent a personal search for answers to which the questions as well as the answers are wordless. I regard photography not just as a way of seeing but as a way of living, a search or an exploration."
Drawing from his extensive work, Ron will share ways to develop and expand our own photographic vision as well as techniques for moving from “taking a photograph” to “making a photograph.”
For more information, please visit the website of the Association at http://capinct.blogspot.com/
You can also download all the details including menu by clicking here. This event is open to all members, guests and photography enthusiasts. Raffle and door prizes will be offered along with a lovely dinner!
Join Ron Rosenstock for an evening at The Schenectady Photographic Society. For directions and more information, please contact the Society at https://spsphoto.org.
Join Ron for a one day workshop at Worcester's Center for Crafts devoted to developing personal vision. A key component to photography is to know your vision and focus it throughout your work. This class will also include aspects of exhibition such as museum-quality matting and framing.
Limited to 20. Register on line at: worcestercraftcenter.org or call 508-753-8183 ext 301
This is a comprehensive and stunning retrospective of a life behind the lens of Ron Rosenstock. This will include images from around the globe and throughout his career from his earliest days behind a large format camera to his recent work with his digital Cannon. The changes in landscape and the changes in photographic medium create a unique and fascinating perspective.
Come and see the development of a life's work from 1968 to 2018. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10-5 with special holiday hours on Mondays from 10-5, Sunday from 11-4 and December 24th from 10-3. You can also join Ron for an Artist's Talk on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 1-2 PM.
Closing Reception will be Sunday, April 29th from 1-4PM.
A limited number of Exhibition Catalogues are available for sale with 12 tri-tone reproductions of Ron's images. These are available in the Center for Crafts Shop and also by mail order through the online shop.
This exhibition will be at the Worcester Center for Crafts in Worcester, MA.
Join Ron Rosenstock for the opening of his latest exhibition at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts in Hopkinton, MA. Beautiful work from 2016 and 2017 will be on display from September 10th through October 26th.
Opening Reception is Friday, October 6th from 6-7:30 at the Center. 98 Hayden Rowe St. in Hopkinton, MA.
This topic was the essence of Ron's summer workshop at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY. Now you can hear one of the lectures that Ron provided at that workshop by attending the Worcester County Camera Club at its new home in Grafton, MA. Starting at 7:00 PM at the Brigham Hill Community Barn, lecture and Q&A with samples of Ron's photographs.
This lecture is open to the public, so feel free to come.
The Worcester County Camera Club at the Brigham Hill Community Barn
37 Wheeler Rd. in North Grafton, MA
Presented at the Briarwood Community in Worcester, MA, an exhibition of Ron Rosenstock's color images is breathtaking and rare. Many of Ron's exhibitions involve his gorgeous Infrared and Black and White work, but this exhibition brings out the color in stunning detail.
Opening Reception July 9th, 2017 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM with an Artist's Talk from 1:30 to 2:00. This exhibition is open to the public throughout July and August.
This exciting new exhibition by Ron Rosenstock features some never before seen images from many of the sacred sites he visits while guiding photography tours. Come wish Ron Happy Birthday at the opening of this wonderful exhibit on Saturday, August 9th at the New Era Gallery in Vinalhaven, Maine.
Join Ron Rosenstock on Cape Cod in January for a talk and slideshow on Photographing in Cuba. See the beauty of this island out of time along with the images of classic cars and classic architecture in Havana.
Ron Rosenstock has been leading tours to Cuba for photography enthusiasts for a number of years and this is a chance to see the result of his work there with his stunning images and lively stories.
Duxbury Camera Club meeting in the Merry Room at the Duxbury Free Library, Wednesday evening, May 3rd from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Open to members and non-members.
This presentation by Ron Rosenstock is based on a quotation from Ansel Adams with whom Ron had a correspondence early in his career working with Minor White. Ron will be showing 40 original untouched images and then present the final finished images with a step by step guide to his views of the darkroom of film and the digital darkroom. Photographing often requires a shift from capture to display in order to represent the view within the mind's eye.
This lecture is at The Newport Photo Guild at the Newport Art Museum in Newport, Rhode Island. Open to the public, it is April 19th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
Join Sbrogna's Artistic Promotions for our first Art & Appetizers series! Our first event will feature one of our artists who is a World Renowned Photographer Ron Rosenstock, "A Life in Photography".
Enjoy an evening of light appetizers, cash bar, viewing Ron's artwork and listening to him speak. Harpist, Rebecca Swett will also be preforming during registration and the reception. Be sure register EARLY as there is LIMITED SEATING! Registration is required! Eat dinner before the program at the Publick House - order one entree and get one free!
Meet Ron Rosenstock, world renowned artist, who has been teaching photography since 1969 and has been honored with a major retrospective of his life work at the Worcester Art Museum in 2011. Ron presently has a full exhibition schedule as well as travel schedule. In 2017 he will be working in Iceland, Ireland, Greenland, Cuba, and Scotland. He has also worked in Italy, Greece, Peru, Ecuador, The Galapagos Islands, Bhutan, Kenya, New Zealand, The Czech Republic, India, Morocco, and Nepal.
Sturbridge Publick House Restaurant, Wednesday evening, April 5th from 7:00 to 9:00. Registration begins at 6:30pm. Program will start at 7:00pm and end at 9:00pm. $15 Suggested Donation. You can purchase tickets at www.eventbrite.com .
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Come and marvel at the myriad shapes and shadows of the massive ice formations in Greenland. This exhibit of Ron's latest Greenland work is at the Jewish Community Center in Worcester, MA.
These stunning images will take your breath away. Open to the public during center hours.
The creation of black and white images is not as easy as you might think. In fact, it is a completely different approach than color because of the play and effect of shadows. Traditionally, black and white photography was always seen as a more artistic endeavor, but it can be an expression of place, of time and of feeling. Not every image can be captured well as a black and white image, so learning how to recognize the subject for a black and white image is vital.
This talk will help to illuminate the shadows and misconceptions about black and white photography with stunning, stark and even ethereal images by Ron Rosenstock from his more than 50 years behind the lens.
This talk is November 16th at 7:00 at the Springfield Photographic Society in Springfield, MA.
Ron Rosenstock offers a fascinating insight into the world through his lens and the creation of photographic art. Photographic images are not meant to be just documentary, they are meant to evoke a feeling, a sensation, an experience. Travel the globe with Ron as he discusses his vision and the image of place as feeling.
Southgate Living Center in Shrewsbury on Monday, November 7th at 6:45.
The Invisible Light is an exhibition of the photographs of Ron Rosenstock known for his spectacular infrared photographic work.
The exhibition is at the Gallery of the Temple Habonim in Barrington, Rhode Island. Please join Ron at the opening on Sunday, November 6th from 1-3 PM. The exhibition itself will be open to the public beginning on the 6th whenever the temple is open.
"Throughout history, humans have created exquisite structures where people gather to pray, and to seek inspiration and answers to our deepest questions. We also seek out inspiration in nature. Natural settings have been deemed sacred in numerous cultures since the dawn of creation.
While photographing in the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco, I commented to our guide that I could feel the impact of the prayers of the thousands of worshippers who had come there to pray. Later, it occurred to me that I was sensing the powerful energy that was there. I believe we all receive, or commune, with that aspect of ourselves that goes beyond our known senses, into the realm of spirit.
I photograph as a means of seeking that connection with spirit."
Learn to see photographically. In this day-long workshop you will discover what qualities separate a fine photograph from a snapshot and gain a clearer understanding of what makes the work of such masters as Edward Weston and Ansel Adams so enduringly meaningful.
We will spend some time reviewing basic camera operation, do an exercise to sharpen your own vision, then consider the process of developing a theme as a way to direct your photographic energies. You will also see how the initial print is adjusted through digital darkroom techniques, using a variety of common software applications, to become the finished print.
All levels of experience are welcome.
Location: The Providence Art Club
Date: Saturday, April 16th from 9:30 to 3:30
Cost: $50.00 for members and $75.00 for non-members (if space allows)
Lunch will be available for $15.00 by reservation.
Limited to 20 people.
To sign up and for more information, please contact Angel Dean at (401) 331-1114, ext. 16 or click here to send an email.
Ron has been selected as one of the incredible collaborative of professional photographers that make up Alive Photo. Developed by Paul Hassle, each photographer has filmed teaching segments of their 10 best photography secrets while on location around the world. It allows Alive members to take part in these segments online, interacting with others, showing photographs in a virtual classroom every month. Click here to visit Ron's page at Alive Photo.
You can join the experience by clicking here.
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 from 10:00 to 4:00 with a break for lunch (snow date is March 6th).
Location: Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro, VT
Class Size Limit: 10
Click here for more information or to register online.
Are you curious about the idea of composing a photograph?
Would you like to understand more about angles of view?
Wondering which lens to use for an image?
Whether holding your first digital camera, just beginning digital post-production or looking for some advice about your next exhibition, I offer small, intimate classes of 10 photographers or less to explore common challenges, themes and ideas.
Beginning, advanced and exhibiting classes are generally once each month with varying degrees of image preparation in each class. I look for committed photographic enthusiasts to join these classes and participate in some wonderful opportunities and experiences.
These classes are held at my private studio in Holden, MA just outside of Worcester. Classes are generally held in the evenings and are open by invitation. To join the waiting list, please click here.
I believe in ALIVE Photo. I've been in photographic education for fifty years, and I’ve learned that photography is a creative medium, not a technical exercise. It’s about awareness, about being fully alive.
It's not about how much equipment you have or how many software programs you’ve mastered. It’s about vision and seeing fully. ALIVE is an exciting avenue I will use to help people be more aware.
It’s about finding out what has “meaning” in your life. It’s about going beyond yourself, finding the infinite within the finite.
You can become a part of the launch of this exciting online education platform called ALIVE Photo. World-class outdoor photography Pros like myself will bring you their BEST teaching from the field via this new online learning platform. In my case, from IRELAND.
Join me for a snippet of one of my lessons and see what Alive is all about. Click here to view. For more information about joining to experience lessons from all the great landscape photographers, click here.
In this exhibition at the Providence Art Club Ron will be featuring new images of Iceland that are reflected in his recently published book, Inspirations available in the online Shop. Stay tuned for a one-day intensive workshop by Ron at the Providence Art Club.
There will be a gallery opening with Ron Rosenstock on Saturday evening, April 25th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. This event is open to the public. There will be food and wine and lots of fascinating photographic discussion.
Exhibit is open Mondays through Fridays from 12:00 to 3:00.
The Jewish tradition in Worcester is changing forever with the merging of two temple traditions. Ron Rosenstock is documenting this transition with his series of photographs of these two beautiful buildings. A commemorative book of his photographs is available with all proceeds benefitting this process. Come and see these stunning images for yourself at the current exhibition at the Jewish Community Center of Worcester. Open to the public until the 18th of May.
This presentation by Ron Rosenstock is based on a quotation from Ansel Adams, "Good photographs are made, not taken." Ron will be showing original untouched images and then present the final finished images with a step by step guide to his views of the digital darkroom. Photographing often requires a shift from capture to display in order to represent the view within the mind's eye.
This lecture is open to the public.
Join Ron Rosenstock for an all day workshop on the concept of "vision" in photography. This is about how to focus the self as well as the camera. He will be covering the development of vision and image from capture to display.
Providence Art Club, 11 Thomas Street, Providence, RI. The workshop is limited to twenty participants. Time: 9:30 to 4:30. Cost: $40 for members and $60 for non-members. Please contact Angel Dean at email@example.com . You can also call the Club to reserve your space at (401) 331-1114.
The goal of this incredible presentation is to teach photographers to think about how they would like the final image to look before they have even exposed the image. Minor White called it "pre-visualization". We now can do that just as effectively with the digital tools available to us.
Ron will show about twenty-five different untouched images. He’ll then explain in detail the few steps required to improve each image. The goal is to teach people to think about how they would like the final image to look before the image is exposed. With the digital tools available to us a photographer now can create that “pre-visualized” image in the camera. This efficient method saves the time required to correct your image with software.
Target audience: Photographers interested in fine art photography highlighting the work of Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams and Minor White.
This break-out session is open to photographers attending the NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) bi-annual summit in San Diego, CA. February 19-22, 2015. Ron will be offering this breakout session on Friday and again on Saturday during the conference. For more information or to register, please visit NANPA
Ron Rosenstock will be exhibiting a number of his Iceland photographs that were the centerpiece of his recent exhibition at The National Museum of Iceland. These are also the original works featured in his recently published book Inspirations, available online in the Shop. Come face to face with the gorgeous curves and stark landscapes of Iceland in Ron's photographs. From the black sand of Vik to the volcanic forms that dot the coastline, this local exhibition is not to be missed.
NEW DATE DUE TO WEATHER: Thursday, February 5th at 7:00 Ron will present a slide show entitled, “Good Photographs are Made Not Taken”. You will see his raw, untouched photographs along with the final photographs and he will explain how the finished image was accomplished and how to move from taking a photograph to making a photograph. Following the lecture there will be a book signing and dessert reception. Free and open to the public.
This show is open to the public seven days a week.
This travelogue slideshow at the Worcester County Camera Club will be from my recent trip to Greenland. Images include icebergs, incredible skies and scenes of Inuit life. This will be open to the public, so please come and enjoy these incredible images!
Ron sits down with Ramona Pokoly, the host of "Ramona Interviews" broadcast on WCCA Television, Channel 13, Worcester, MA. You can view the show on Channel 13 in the Worcester broadcast area. The show is also streamed live beyond the broadcast area so you can still tune in for this interview with Ron at the following times:
Monday, September 22nd at 10:30 PM
Tuesday, September 23rd at 10:00 AM and again at 4:30 PM
Wednesday, September 24th at 3:00 PM
Friday, September 26th at 7:30 PM