In this 6 day photographic workshop, we learn the techniques of vision that help us create great images and practice photography as a path of self-discovery. Through lectures, exercises in seeing, field work with a camera, and computer time, we delve into the process of creation and learn how to channel our vision into making meaningful photographs.
As a foundation, we explore the rich tradition of fine art photography from Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Minor White, and Paul Caponigro. After taking pictures around Omega’s campus, we return to the classroom to learn simple digital techniques and basic post-processing. Then we print, mat a finished image, and discuss preparation methods for exhibitions.
From serious beginners to advanced photographers, anyone with a basic understanding of how to use camera is welcome.
Bring a digital camera and laptop (required). Please download the (free) “NIK Collection by Google” (google.com/nikcollection) for the workshop.
This workshop is offered at The Omega Institute. Registration opens March 1, 2017. For more information, please visit the Omega Institute at https://eomega.org/ or call 877.944.2002. This is Course #1805-271 and the cost is $420.00. It runs from June 4th through June 9th, 2017.
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