Black &White Photography: The Art of Seeing
Robert Stahl, Instructor
September 15-17, 2017 (9am-4pm)
This workshop in Black & White photography will emphasize the cultivation of a poetic eye. Accordingly, an interpretive style will be advocated. And to reinforce this approach a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of composition and design will be provided as we consider the role of line, shape, texture, and depth along with light and time. Field excursions with the instructor will be conducted in Coupeville & vicinity. These field sessions will provide an opportunity for classroom evaluation. As well, one on one sessions with instructor Robert Stahl will be available to review material brought to the workshop (digital files and/or prints). Come join us for this stimulating workshop on the art of seeing deeply in Black and White.
Required Text: ‘The Tao of Photography’ by Philippe Gross and S. Shapiro
Robert Stahl is an award-winning photographer who in addition to teaching
at the Pacific Northwest Art School also teaches photography and literature
classes at Seattle-area colleges (North Seattle College, The Creative Retirement Institute sponsored by Edmonds Community College, and Highline College). He has led photo trips to Alaska, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Iceland, France, Peru, Antarctica, Patagonia, India, the Desert SW , and Pacific NW. Robert has lived and taught in Japan and his work has been widely published and is represented by Getty Images and has appeared in National Geographic publications.