New York 2016 (en)Visionography Workshop Impressions and Behind the Scenes Images
Last week I was in new York teaching my (en)Visionography workshop and I’m happy to say it was a wonderful event with fantastic people. Smart talented students to work with and some of the most outstanding locations in the world to shoot.
New York 2016 (en)Visionography Workshop was a wonderful event with happy people doing what they love most: shooting amazing places and talking about photography. I’m over the moon that everyone had a great time and learned a lot. Amazing photos are coming out of this workshop already and that’s my best reward.
The workshop was both about studying the theory behind fine art black and white photography and about black and white processing, and of course shooting in the field.
During the lectures we talked about vision, about how to see and create in black and white, about how to see light and handle it in post-processing, about how to recreate the world we see through (en)Visionography. We analyzed in depth the fine ar black and white processing with my method Photography Drawing and we talked about how to create award-winning fine art photography.
During our shooting in the field we captured some amazing locations of New York, like Empire State Building, the Flatiron and Chrysler buildings, the Brooklyn bridge and the amazing phenomenon Manhattanhenge. I was totally stunned by Manhattanhenge and I’m happy to have organized the workshop so we can capture it. It was a once in a lifetime experience.
More Behind the Scenes Workshop Photos
I’m sharing following some more photos from this event so you can see what we lived during these 3 great days of learning and photographing.
The photos I’m sharing here were shot by me and some of my students: Ken Scruggs, John Scala, Tony Beverly, Dan Gomer, Louisa Pollard, Dermot Russell. It was such a pleasure meeting everyone. I can’t wait to see all the photos and you will see them featured on my Testimonials Page !