In this workshop, students will learn the basics of photojournalism. The instructor will discuss what makes a successful documentary image both singularly and as a series. A heavy emphasis will be placed on storytelling through the image without the use of text. Students will develop their own series of photojournalistic images. Techniques will be discusses on how to access your subject, use of lighting and what type of equipment is best suited for various styles of shooting
* What makes a good documentary photograph
* Suggested equipment for use in the field
* Achieving desired lighting and how it impacts story
* Critique of photographs
What students need to bring: camera, flash-drive, notebook, pen
Suggested classes to continue education: The Lightroom Catalog, Exploring Photoshop
Early Registration (August 14 - 20) is for HCP members only.
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Registration for the general public begins Tuesday, August 21st.