Participants in this intensive, week long workshop will be introduced to large format photography, and will proceed to develop skills in framing, shooting, and creating silver prints in the darkroom by instructor, Eliot Dudik, Lecturer in Photography, Department of Art & Art History at William & Mary. Large format cameras will be provided to participants as part of the workshop.
Workshop will run from 9 AM – 3 PM daily.
Members, W&M Students, Faculty and Staff: $750 | Non-Members: $850 | Please note that space is limited to 10 participants, and advance registration is required.
Join Eliot Dudik, Lecturer in Photography, Department of Art & Art History at William & Mary, for an introduction to the large format camera, and its abilities in producing a portrait. After capturing an image, film will be processed, and the group will gather in the darkroom to see a finished print emerge from the operation.
Members, W&M Students, Faculty and Staff: $125 | Non-Members: $150 | Please note that space is limited to 15 participants, and advance registration is required.
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman, Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman celebrates the life and career of one of the world’s greatest architectural photographers. Shulman’s images brought modern architecture to the American mainstream. The photographer, who passed away in 2009, captured the work of nearly every modern and progressive architect since the 1930s including Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, John Lautner and Frank Gehry. His images epitomized the singular beauty of Southern California’s modernist movement and brought its iconic structures to the attention of the general public.
Run time: 84 minutes; a brief introduction by the Student Organizers will precede the screening.
A noted photographer and writer, Erika Fabian has published 23 books and nearly 200 photo-illustrated articles. Her career includes many years of on-assignment travel and work for National Geographic Magazine. In this session, Fabian will explain the concept that professional photos are not taken but created. She will talk about “picture thinking,” the artistic and technical aspects of National Geographic-type of photography, and how this concept can be adapted in virtually any travel photo situation.
Members, W&M Students, Faculty and Staff: Free | Non-Members: $10