ONLINE WORKSHOP — Exploring Street Photography
Do you take pictures when you travel? Do you take your camera everywhere you go? (Of course you do. With cell phones, all of us have a camera at the ready.) Do you want to develop your photographs to be more interesting and engaging?
Through weekly online discussions about different topics, concepts, and related images, participants will examine the idea of street photography and the technique of making successful images. Participants will further explore the topic by making and sharing their own images through assignments intended to take a few hours each week. Some possible assignments include Through the Window, Layers of Interest, and Silhouettes and Shadows. The instructor will provide a compendium of online resources, generally the works and thoughts of other street photographers, where images and ideas may be gleaned. In all things, inspiration will be the most important guide.
Mark Wyatt has been photographing strangers on the streets since around 1980. First working almost exclusively in black-and-white film, Wyatt shot primarily 35mm using a Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic, Nikkormat, Pentax K1000, and Nikon F2 and fixed focal length lenses. He processed and printed his own work. In the 1990s, Wyatt shot almost exclusively in 35mm color using the Nikon F2. He moved to digital in 2006 and got used to it in 2013. He worked extensively in Photoshop during the 2000s after digitizing his earlier film images. He is currently experimenting with minimal manipulations.
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