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Active Landscape Photography

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18+
All Levels
340
August 11, 2022
August 13, 2022
10:00 - 4:00

                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Workshop Overview

How we photograph the landscape is a direct expression of values, beliefs and desires. This course helps participants tap into their own unique vision and values and get unstuck from formulaic ways of representing landscapes with photography. Core concepts from Godfrey’s three book series, Active Landscape Photography, will be introduced and applied. This workshop combines straight-forward, accessible methodologies with critical explorations concerning photography’s influence over how we understand, value and treat landscapes. Together, we will confront unexamined aesthetic formulae and challenge each other to make entirely new kinds of photographs.

About the Instructor(s)

Anne C Godfrey teaches drawing and photography practices inspired by diverse landscapes. Godfrey is an award-winning educator, having taught over one thousand students (and counting) in contemporary drawing, photography and design courses at State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, University of Oregon, Lane Community College, University of New Mexico and numerous invited workshops. She is currently completing book two in a three-book series with Routledge Press titled Active Landscape Photography. As a professor of landscape architecture Godfrey hybridizes her writing and art making with environmental design.

Materials List: Students Bring

• Digital camera – any kind

• Laptop computer (don’t forget your power cord!)

• Some type of photo editing software (does not need to be complicated)

• A way to transfer photos to a computer that is not internet dependent (i.e. cord or card reader)

Optional:

• More advanced photo manipulation software, such as Photoshop

• Any adaptors or other gear you think you might use

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

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