Laurie Klein Photography

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Author | Educator | Photographer

Listen closely, can you hear your art speaking to you? It may begin as a whisper. This is the poetry of your heart.

Renowned photographer, author and photographic educator, Laurie Klein, will take you through a personal exploration of your creativity by delving into your creative process and developing your visual voice.

Are you ready to transform your world?

Laurie will guide you through a journey of personal exploration to find your distinctive style.

Like ripples on dark water, growth as an artist starts within.

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Infrared Photography Techniques by Laurie Klein and Kyle Klein
Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images 

With the introduction of digital photography, unprecedented numbers of people are flocking to the art form, trying their hand at creating effective photographs of people, landscapes, still lifes, and other subjects. As the ranks of photographers swell, it becomes more and more difficult to achieve a standout body of work—something that sets your work apart from the barrage of images we are all inundated with on a daily basis. As Laurie and Kyle Klein prove in their new book, infrared capture may be that magic bullet.

Infrared photographs have a mystical feel. Before the dawn of digital capture, infrared light waves, which are invisible to the naked eye, could only be captured using specialized films that required precise handling and a level of technical proficiency that most photographers lacked. Today, infrared films are largely unavailable; digital infrared is the wave of the future, and most photographers have a retired digital camera (whether an older-model DSLR or an old point & shoot camera) on hand that they can

Photographing the Female Form By Laurie Klein
Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images 

With the introduction of digital photography, unprecedented numbers of people are flocking to the art form, trying their hand at creating effective photographs of people, landscapes, still lifes, and other subjects. As the ranks of photographers swell, it becomes more and more difficult to achieve a standout body of work—something that sets your work apart from the barrage of images we are all inundated with on a daily basis. As Laurie and Kyle Klein prove in their new book, infrared capture may be that magic bullet.

Infrared photographs have a mystical feel. Before the dawn of digital capture, infrared light waves, which are invisible to the naked eye, could only be captured using specialized films that required precise handling and a level of technical proficiency that most photographers lacked. Today, infrared films are largely unavailable; digital infrared is the wave of the future, and most photographers have a retired digital camera (whether an older-model DSLR or an old point & shoot camera) on hand that they can