Santa Fe Photographic Workshops Sept 27 – Oct 2, 2017
Picture yourself in San Miguel de Allende, capturing the beauty of a colonial city and its inhabitants by employing the magical possibilities of digital infrared photography. With Laurie Klein’s guidance, you discover the ins and outs of a tool that can be used to create photographs of tremendous depth and drama.
We begin by training to eye to visualize how infrared interprets—and adds to—the visible spectrum of light, especially in relation to vegetation, architecture, people, clothing, and the nude figure. Laurie leads daily photographic excursions through San Miguel, where participants are given the opportunity to create portraits, convey a photographic story using models, and explore street photography by capturing images of urban environments and the people who populate them.
Each day there are group critiques as well as one-on-one discussions with Laurie, who helps you to discover and strengthen your visual voice. We also examine specialized infrared post-production methods.
Be prepared to master the rules of infrared so you can go out and break them. Come with an open, fun-loving, curious mind and leave with a new set of skills for making unforgettable emotionally resonant images.
September 27 – October 2, 2017
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