This one-day class invites you to think critically about color in your photographs. We'll briefly overview the history of color photography, from early trials in 3-color process by Thomas Sutton to the digital pixel palettes of today's Photoshop world. Then we'll go hands-on, making photographic stories that challenge our interpretation of color. You'll discover what makes a great color vs black & white photograph, and become familiar with critical terms like luminance, saturation and hue.
Lightroom has quickly become an indispensable tool for editing, adjusting and processing images. From basic file management to sophisticated manipulation of images learn all the powerful and time-saving tools you can use in this comprehensive 6-week class.
This 8-hour intensive workshop will combine shooting, processing, developing and printing into one action-packed day. You'll get a refresher on shooting mechanics and using your light meter, then we'll each shoot a roll of film in the surrounding neighborhood. From there you’ll learn how to process the exposed film using a film reel and developing tank, and start making contact prints. Finally, we’ll be enlarging negatives onto traditional darkroom paper, so that you can take home beautiful 8x10 prints that you’ve made entirely on your own.