NOTE: This is a 2-Day work shop on January 23rd and January 30th taught by Terry Abrams.
This workshop focuses on the photography of everyday objects in your personal environment. Learn how to turn ordinary items into an abstract photograph and adding dramatic effects with the use of window light.
As we are all in “isolation” at some level - this workshop will give us some time to practice creative vision at home and take what we learn into the “greater world” when we are free again to meet in person and travel.
WORKSHOP DAY 1 (JAN 23RD): We will have discussion, explain examples, camera settings and more. Participants will receive assignments to work on between each session.
WORKSHOP DAY 2 (JAN 30TH): 10 images will be selected from those taken in the previous week for review and discussion.
You must email email@example.com to RSVP and to secure your space, pay via PayPal or mail a check to the below address by January 22nd.
340 Haven Avenue #3J
TERRY ABRAMS has been teaching photography since 1975, when he moved to Europe to establish photography programs for an American college. Since 1990, Terry has been teaching photography full-time at Washtenaw Community College in Michigan and led the transition of that program from film and darkroom to digital media. Terry co-produced the Great Lakes Digital Conference and conducted workshops alongside Thomas Knoll, the inventor of Adobe Photoshop. Terry also teaches (summers) at Maine Workshop. His images and writing are reproduced in numerous books on photography. His images are in numerous gallery shows and art fairs. Terry also does individual and corporate consulting in photography. www.terryabrams.com
BARBARA NELSON, photographer, journalist and event producer produces workshops and seminars for PWP. Professional organizations. PWP, WICI, ASMP, PPA.