The Fine Art of Black & White Photography with Vincent Versace
Sunday, October 29, 2017, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
20 Library Place, Princeton, NJ
The ability to create a stunning black and white image is one of photography’s greatest and most aspirational skills. Being able to "see" the potential to make an image in black and white is an enviable capability. A well-crafted black and white photograph remains the finest of the fine arts.
Vincent Versace, internationally recognized digital photography pioneer, founding Nikon Ambassador and best-selling author of "From Oz to Kansas: Almost Every Black and White Conversion Technique Known to Man" has spent his career teaching the art of perception and how to translate it into extraordinary black and white images. Vincent's images are featured in a multitude of top publications and are in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute.
During this full day workshop, you will learn about the techniques that Vincent uses to arrive at his award-winning images. You will learn how to select the appropriate conversion techniques for your images to get a black and white image that best reflects what you felt at the moment that you pressed the shutter. Weather permitting, we'll shoot in the field and the studio and conclude with constructive critique and discussion of our images. This class is a creative adventure for photographers at all levels, beginner through advanced. Special equipment is not required. You will leave the workshop with a new set of photographic skills that will help you create extraordinary images for your portfolio.
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