with Shelley Preston
- Brief History of Black and White
- Famous Black and White photographers and their works
- Reasons to shoot in Black and White
- Color vs Black and White
- Different types of camera's monochrome modes
- Analyzation of the communication of photos
- What to look for in abstract Black and White photography
- Composition techniques
- Half hour shooting at stations
- Charged battery
- Something to take notes
This class is for anyone wanting to learn more about black and white photography, and why you should shoot in B&W. If you are interested in learning how to break down an image, and be able to create an image of your own, using specific techniques, this class Is for you.
About the Instructor
Shelley Preston has been shooting for 21 years, and focuses most of her photographic work on shapes, shadows, and light. Traveling and chasing the light is her main love, where she chases those fleeting moments of light and immortalizes them in a photograph. She has called Austin home for most of her adult life, but has lived out west, nestled in the Northern Rockies, and also in the Midwest surrounded by skyscrapers. She began teaching photography to share her love for the art, and to give her own, creative approach to delivering messages on the art form. As an abstract painter, her photographs and paintings tend to blur the lines of both art forms, borrowing techniques from each medium. She earned a BA from Texas Tech University, and currently works in the Sales Department at Precision Camera & Video.
This is a one-time class. Please review our class cancellation policy below.
Tier 2: Special Events and One-Time Classes
You have up until seven days before a scheduled Mock Wedding, Flash Fest, Portraits in Depth Series, Photo Campouts (including Spring and Fall Photo Camping Extravaganza), special events and one-time classes to cancel and receive a full refund or to reschedule. If you do not show up for a tier 2 class your registration will be forfeited and you will not be permitted a refund or to reschedule. Cancellations made within 7 days of the class will receive a 50% refund.
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