The Fine Art Of B&W Landscape 2021
Two Harbors ColdSnap Studio
September 15-19, 2021
Are you ready for B&W?
B&W is the foundation of Fine Art Photography. Creating a compelling B&W fine art image and print is challenging. This workshop will give you the skills from camera to computer to printer that will give your B&W images Adamseque quality.
This workshop is a combined field and classroom experience. It is designed for photographers that are intermediate in level who have an interest in creating fine art B&W imagery. Photographers will learn the best camera technique to create compelling fine art quality prints. The workshop will include equal time in the field and in the classroom. The small group nature of the workshop ensures that everyone will have lots of one on one time with the instructor.
ColdSnap Photography Studio.
Two Harbors area on the shores of Lake Superior
September on the North Shore of Lake Superior is the perfect time of the year, there are practically no bugs, the light is enchanting and the temperatures are very comfortable. It is that perfect time between summer and fall.
If you are traveling from out of state or have never been to the North Shore before contact us prior to making your travel plans. We can help!
We don’t have a fixed itinerary as locations and sites visited will depend upon weather and light conditions. The 5 day duration of the workshop will allow us to work at a steady but un-hurried pace and allow us ample opportunity for field shoots and classroom time. We will spend approximately equal amount of time in the field and classroom.
Deposit of $200 will hold your registration until 60 days prior to the workshop.
Maximum of 6 participants.
Every participant will go home with 2—17×22 inch fine art prints they created during the workshop.
Includes instruction and classroom, and lab fees only. Transportation, food, accommodation, and entrance fees, if any, are not included in this cost.
Please read our cancellation policy before registering.
For questions please call John at (218) 830-0767.