How to Put a Great Photo Into Words
Class meets two Sundays: November 12th & 19th, from 3:30—5:30 pm
In order to become a professional photographer, curator or collector, one needs to cultivate an important skill — how to talk about photography. Simply clicking a “like” button won't cut it in the art world, you must learn to articulate why you like a photo. How do the compositional elements in a photo influence the content? What makes an image thought-provoking?
Being able to read and communicate about photography is an essential tool in the art world and writing a statement about your work is a necessity. In How to Put a Great Photo Into Words, your instructor will teach you the vocabulary and “entry points” necessary to talk about photographs, whether you created the work or someone else did.
$85 Members / $105 Regular Price
What to bring to class:
Pen and paper
Suggested Classes to Continue Education:
Presenting Your Work: Creating a Body of Work
Presenting Your Work: Framing & Matting
Presenting Your Work: Getting Your Work Out There
Early registration (August 16th–22nd) is for HCP members only.
Registration for the general public begins Wednesday, August 23rd.
Current HCP Members log in to register for the discounted price.