Whether you are interested in fine art photography or street shots, monochrome is a great option, but getting a good black and white image requires a degree of skill and knowledge. You need to be able to see the scene in black and white, because not all images make good black and white subjects . A stunning color image can look flat and drab in black and white, whereas an image that would look awful in color can produce a great contrasty black and white fine art print.
In this workshop you will learn the secrets of "seeing" in black and white as we take a stroll through the streets of Boston. We will cover the techniques for recognizing the tones and contrasts that produce good monochromatic images
A great workshop packed with excellent information and instruction for just $75. The workshop will run from 10am tuntil 1pm and will be limited to 8 participants.