Jack Graham, Instructor
Dates: November 12th – 14th, 2021
For many photographers, color presents a lot of challenges. In many images, the use of monochrome brings out the shapes and textures stronger than color. Perhaps it’s that in many images color can be distracting and taking away the drama of the scene. In monochrome photography, one can adjust the brightness, shadows and contrast to their individual liking, just as we can with color, but the unexpected, monochrome, is often stronger and evokes far different responses to the viewer than color images do. We’ll delve into why and how to make the most of monochrome imagery.
To many, monochrome delivers a different feeling since our everyday world is made up of colors. In other words, monochrome is not our reality. HERE is a 4-minute VIDEO, produced by the Fujifilm Company, about how I operate my workshops and what you can expect.
Instructor Bio:Jack Graham is a professional photographer with over twenty-four years of experience. He resides near Seattle, Washington, in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Jack leads both small groups and one-on-one photography workshops domestically and internationally. He has been published in leading photography publications, has several e-books and has been successful with stock photography. He is a member of the Board of Directors of NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association), and SUWA (Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance). Jack exclusively uses Fuji “X” series cameras and Fujinon lenses and has been named an “X” Photographer by the Fuji Corporation. His images have been used extensively by Fuji for commercial and promotional purposes.
For more images please visit his website: Jack Graham