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|Elisabeth Biondi: Visual Storytelling||Saturdays & Sundays,
January 12 - 13 and January 26-27
10 AM - 4 PM
Join us for this unique opportunity in New York City to work closely with one of the most admired photo editors in the field!
At the core of every story is a strong idea. All stories, whether written or visual, have a beginning, middle, and an end. Visual stories can be developed in a number of ways, and they need not be linear. This course is ideal for the experienced photographer who is seeking to further develop a strong story/idea and how to translate it into images. This applies to both print and digital stories. Emphasis will be put on editing, and how best to present the work once completed. Through individual presentations and group discussions, you will create a well-edited story that can be presented in your portfolio!
At the end of our first weekend together, you will receive an assignment that will subsequently be presented, critiqued, and edited during our second weekend together. Students will also be asked to visit an exhibition relevant to the course, to be discussed in class.
ELISABETH BIONDI joined The New Yorker 1996 as Visuals Editor. In this newly created position, she established photography in the publication, which has grown into an integral part of the weekly magazine. In 2011, she left The New Yorker to work as an independent curator.
Ms. Biondi has previously worked as the Director for Photography at Stern, the German newsweekly, and at Vanity Fair.
bring: For the first class, bring your strongest story/idea, digital or prints, from their body of work. There should be an 'A' edit of 10-15 images, with 'B' edit of no more than 10 images for editing purposes. The project should have a title & be accompanied by captions. Please also bring willingness for dialogue about photography and a plethora of ideas.
Please note: Registration for this workshop closes on Friday, January 4 at 5pm.
|Elizabeth Unterman: After School Teen Photography Program||Wednesdays,
January 23 - March 13
3:30 - 5:30 PM
Are you excited about making photographs? Do you want to explore your talents while engaging with other young artists? CPW's Teen Photography Program provides a unique, creative and supportive learning environment for teens in 8th through 12th grades. Over the course of eight inspiring and motivating sessions, you will explore the creative and technical aspects of digital image making. Using CPW's state-of-the-art digital lab and photo equipment, you will explore photography as an artistic medium and a journalistic tool. You will learn ways to make amazing portraits of your friends; how to create the type of images that capture your imagination; and how to tell a compelling story through a series of photographs. Additionally, there will be time to explore digital art and photo manipulation. We will also discuss different ways you can pursue photography in school, college, or future jobs.
This program will culminate with a presentation/critique of students' work in CPW's Gallery on the final evening for your friends and family.
a digital storage media device like CD’s, DVD’s, thumb drives or an external hard drives
Please note: Registration for this workshop closes on Friday, January 18 at 5pm.
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