What: Processing Black & White: Landscape and Architecture
When: Saturday February 6, 2021 at 11:00am PT. Duration between one and two hours, including Q&A
Where: Zoom authenticated registration and a tuition payment of $29.95 are required for enrollment. Seating is limited. Click here to register!
Details: In this detailed presentation, Harold Davis explains overall best practices for a digital black & white workflow. Harold will explain a variety of monochromatic conversion techniques. Strategies for putting all these techniques together in a single image with pinpoint control over different areas will be explained.
This presentation will particularly emphasize landscape and architectural photography.
Participant submissions for photo critiquing: There will be an opportunity for participants to submit images for online constructive critique during the webinar. Submission instructions will follow after enrollment and images will be chosen for critique at the discretion of the instructor.
In addition, one or more assignments will be given for participants, with the plan of presenting some of these images at the second Black & White session on February 20, 2012.
There will be ample time for Q&A.
Who should attend: Anyone interested in digital monochromatic photography.
Number of Seats and Tuition: The tuition for this webinar is $29.95, but requires prior registration. Seating (on a first come, first served basis) is limited. You must register via Zoom to be enrolled in this webinar! Click here to register!
About Harold Davis: Harold Davis is a bestselling author of many books, including Creative Black & White 2nd edition (Rocky Nook) and The Photographer’s Black & White Handbook (Monacelli). According to the Seattle Book Review, Harold Davis’s photography “is the digital black and white equal of Ansel Adams’s traditional wet photography.”
Harold is the developer of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, a Moab Master, and a Zeiss Ambassador. He is an internationally known photographer and a sought-after workshop leader. His website is www.digitalfieldguide.com.