To mark the release of Paul Gallagher's third book 'Exploring Black and White Photography, A Masterclass', aspect2i have created this workshop to do just that, the art of making beautifully crafted monochrome images and prints.
Based in the beautiful surroundings of the Lake District which has been one of Paul's 'doorstep locations' for all his photographic career, Paul will leave no stone unturned when it comes to the subject he has pursued for over thirty years.
Beginning with field craft and 'pre-visualisation' you will be shown the subjects that make perfect black and white photographs and the techniques in composition and camera technique that give you the digital flies needed.
Paul often says the digital file is just the beginning of the black and white photographic journey and it is when you get back to your computer that the other half of the journey commences. Paul will pass on all of his digital darkroom and print making skills and show you the steps he has devised that will give you prints that will have with that darkroom look.
This is a workshop that will involve both time out in amazing locations hand picked by Paul and also time back at our base looking at what you have photographed and making exhibition quality prints of your work.
This is a Masterclass and for this reason the group will be limited to 4 photographers to maximise your 1 to 1 time working with Paul. If you have wanted to expand you black and white photography with a master in this field, then this workshop that is a must!
Residential 3 day workshop
DateWed 3rd - Fri 5th Mar 2021
HotelCrow Park Hotel, Keswick
2 places left
The price includes extensive one to one coaching and tuition, bed and breakfast accommodation in a high quality hotel (no single occupancy supplement) during the workshop. We take a printer to the workshop and will post process and print some of your images to take home with you.
Camera and travel insurance as well as travel to and from the venue are also not included. Meals not mentioned. Alcoholic drinks and other personal expenditure is not covered either.