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Photographic Vision: The Next Step

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Photographic Vision: The Next Step

Time: June 19, 2010 at 9am to June 20, 2010 at 4pm
Location: UHM Sakamaki C104
Street: 2530 Dole Street
City/Town: Honolulu
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Phone: 956-8244
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Susan Horowitz
Latest Activity: Jun 15, 2010

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Take your photography to the next level. This workshop explores ways and means of making photographic images that grow directly from your distinctive manner of seeing, and then digitally editing those images to fully convey your artistic intent. Participants explore ways to heighten creativity, learn to employ powerful digital tools, and develop a personal visual voice.

This two-day workshop combines fieldwork in photography, creative and technical exercises, digital editing of images for expressive results, and critique/response. The goal is to inspire and excite participants towards a creative response to the world-and to learn to make compelling and unique images. Learning to see with a camera is emphasized.

Please bring your digital camera, a memory card capable of holding 40-60 images, and either your camera/computer cable or a card reader.

Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of camera use.

David Ulrich is a photographer and writer whose work combines traditional photography with digital imaging. Ulrich has taught digital applications for Pacific Imaging Center, Kodak’s Center for Creative Imaging, New York University, among others. For 15 years, he was an associate professor and served as the chair of the Photography Department at The Art Institute of Boston. He is a core faculty member of Pacific New Media and is now the chair of the Visual Arts Department at Cornish College in Seattle.

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