Join me at the Atlanta Photo Group tomorrow night for my one hour presentation on Classic Black and White Photography. I’ll share why this approach is so inspirational to me as a way to tell my stories, and give you insight into how I process for gallery quality photographs.
A special thanks to Hahnemühle USA, who’s sponsorship for making this possible.
A new photo to get you excited for my presentation tonight! I made this at the start of summer at Kennedy Space center. It was a super challenging subject to photograph because of the spotlit white tiles and the black tiles hiding in the shadows. Really made me push the limits of the camera.
Tonight’s talk is an free introduction to my four week class with Creative Photo Academy on creating classic B&W photographs with digital tools. I’ll explain what the classic look is, and give you a sneak peak at the tools and thought process I use to create it.
If you are looking for a followup to my talk last night, I’ll be a panelist Thursday on the round-table discussion “The Importance of Print”. It’s going to be a chance to pick the brain of some of the industry’s experts.
Veronica Cotter – Western Region Education Development and Sales Manager for Hahnemühle USA
Rich Seiling – Master Printmaker and former Assistant Curator at The Ansel Adams Gallery
Michael Bain – Representative of Harman Technology / Ilford Photo
Evan Parker – Education Specialist from Legion Paper (Moab / Canson)
Cha Levias – Assistant Manager at Looking Glass Photo and longtime printer