Looking at Photographs


Looking at Photographs image

What makes a great photograph tick? What makes some images have a vibrant spirit about them, but others seem flat or boring? In this course we’ll analyze both journalistic and art photos from daguerreotype to digital, drawing from critical sources as varied as Roland Barthes and Susan Sontag. You will learn to understand what elements make a photo work and how to apply that to your own photography (or collecting!). Students will share photographs they love and give and get feedback in a final peer-review session. Additional fee: George Eastman Museum $4 – free to Museum members. Call 585-271-5920 or use the form below to register. Learn about membership.

Dates:
September 17th - October 1st, 2018
Cost:
Members: $125, Nonmembers: $145

Session 1: September 17 - October 1 with Gerry Szymanski


DAY DATE TIME LOCATION
1 Mon Sep 17 6:30-8:30PM Photo Classroom
2 Mon Sep 24 6:30-8:30PM Photo Classroom
3 Sat Sep 29 10-12PM George Eastman Museum
4 Mon Oct 01 6:30-8:30PM Photo Classroom