WORKSHOPS


Digital Darkroom

We will look at digital images and learn how to format the images through a range of Photoshop teschniques. Images will be prepared to print on Archival Inkjet paper. Each student will receive one 16" X 20" archival print of their photography.


Picture Framing - Matting

The gallery will be presenting the process of archival mattand and framing. We will discuss the process of selecting archival mounting and matting materials, and demonstrate the various presentation methods for fine art photography. Each participant should bring a photograph, 11" X 14" or smaller to dry mount and matt. Archival matt board and mounting board provided.


Picture Framing - Framing

The gallery will follow up on presenting the process of archival mattting and framing. We will discuss the process of selecting from wood and metal mouldings, and the various methods of prsentation for fine art photography. We will assist you in determining the desired presentation suited to complement your photograph.


Destination Photo Shoot - Landscape

We will focus on photographing the landscape with a 4 " X 5" large format view camera. Learn how to use the controls of the camera to control perspective and selective focusing.


Street Photography

Participate in the assignment to shoot documentary photographs. Participating photographers will be assigned to go to a local event and shoot photographs of the place and the people. We will be presenting a lecture about the process of shooting street photography. We discuss ways of working, public spaces, private places, private property, technique and style, photo gear and mustering the guts it takes to point a camera in sombody else's face.



PORTFOLIO REVIEW


Annual Portfolio Review Night

A panel of Fine Art and Commercial photographers will be reviewing portfolios. This event is a great learning tool through lively discussion and constructive criticism. Each photographer will gain the insight needed about their work to develop professional marketable portfolios. A lecture will be presented about the process of creating a cohesive and conceptual body of work.


Out of town artists are welcome to participate in the portfolio review by submitting a digtal portfolio, and written criiques will be supplied to you a tthe end of the the event.

CLASSES

ALL DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED


$ 100 FEE FOR WORKSHOPS


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


To sign up for a workshop, please request a registration form and submit it with your registration fee at least one week in advance of the workshop to reserve space.


For more information, please contact:

info@mwcponline.org