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      BLACK AND WHITE LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY – 3 PART WORKSHOP WITH JACK CURRAN #1 in Saint Louis


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      July 22, 2020

      Wednesday   6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

      3415 Olive Street
      Saint Louis, Missouri 63103

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      BLACK AND WHITE LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY – 3 PART WORKSHOP WITH JACK CURRAN #1

      3 Part Virtual Workshop with Photographer, Jack Curran
      July 22, August 19, and September 23, 2020
      Online: Wednesdays, 6pm-7:30pm


      This three part digital workshop will cover the full process of capturing dramatic black and white landscape photographs, from previsualization, through processing in Adobe Lightroom and producing the master print file. While Jack will be using Adobe Lightroom for his demonstration, many of the same principles are applicable in the field and your personal choice of post-production tools.

      Class #1: July 22nd, 2020
      Previsualizing the Final Outcome Via the Elements of Presence in B&W Landscape
      Jack will use live before and after transformation dissolves and a several on-screen pre-post production illustrations to effectively demonstrate each Element of Presence used during his infield visualization process. Additionally Jack will discuss how he connects his post-processing to his visualization process and field work. He will also run share a short on-location video from Patagonia’s Torre del Paine National Park and then a live demonstration in Adobe Lightroom of how he brought the visualized image to life from RAW file to a pre-print final file.

      Elements of Presence

      Imagination – What you can’t see
      Flow and Range of Light – Short, Long, High-Key and Low Key Conditions
      Contrast – High and Low Contrast or In-Between (extended) Do you see it?
      Transitions – How light, shape and form. lines and atmosphere create depth and assist the viewer’s eye in exploring the frame
      Luminosity – The difference between Luminance & Luminosity
      Tension – In Subject Matter and Light
      Mood – Will the image illicit an emotional connection? If not for the viewer – at least you!

      Time: Approx. 90 minutes per session

      IPHF’s Virtual Workshop Series will be hosted on the Zoom Video Communications platform. Links to meetings will be provided after registration. Technical assistance will be available at IPHF by phone and email.

      Please log in 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the lecture to verify connection.
      Registration Fee: Members $100/Non-Members $125 for All 3 Sessions
      Individual Classes: Members $40/Non-Members $50 Each Class

      Cost: Payment required - Registration Fee: Members $100/Non-Members $125 for All 3 Sessions Individual Classes: Members $40/Non-Members $50 Each Class

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