Photography commenced in Black and White. It was and continues to be very popular amongst many photographers. What makes Black and White so amazing is that through monochromatic images, you can play with the contrast between light and dark to attract the eye, create geometric patterns and get incredible textures. Your images can be rough and smooth, emotional and impassive, simple and complex, Black and White.
In this seminar we will be learning some tips and tricks that will allow you to capture some amazing images in Black and White.
About the Photographer:
Patricia was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1979 to a Venezuelan-Slovenian family. In 2003, she received a B.S. from the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas in Industrial Engineering. She also studied photography at the Roberto Mata School of Photography in Caracas. In 2008, Patricia moved to New York to study at the International Center of Photography, where she was awarded with a Director’s Fellowship and graduated in June 2010. Her photographs have been exhibited at the Andrea Meislin Gallery and A.I.R. Gallery in New York, and published in ICP’s Shift 2010, Tal Cual newspaper and Town and Country magazine.
Where: PhotoUno Photography School
Level: Beginner and Intermediate