Colors are an essential part of the world. The infinite shades of blue in the sky and the ocean, the delicate greens of vegetation in the springtime, the gold and reds of foliage in fall. But what happens when these colors are removed? Suddenly we step away from reality and enter an unfamiliar world where patterns, geometrical shapes and contrasts emerge stronger.
During this lecture, Sony Artisan of Imagery Thibault Roland will discuss black and white photography. How to create and use leading lines, textures and light in order to build dynamic and original photographs. He will illustrate how important it is to visualize and build an image even before pressing the shutter, and how your overall photography work (including color) can benefit from the rigorous process of creating in B&W.
Learn more and register HERE.