The Personal Landscape
This online course features the following types of interaction:
- Live meetings
- Live critiques
Explore the art of personal expression through landscape photography. Tsar Fedorsky, a fine arts photographer whose own work draws on images found near home, will encourage students to discover their own visual voice by choosing to take landscape photographs close to home.
Nature is all around us. You don’t need amazing views to create your vision. It is by studying light over a period of time that students can better understand how light affects the feel of a photograph and can dramatically change their landscape work. Weekly assignments will challenge students to work under a variety of different lighting and atmospheric conditions. Slideshows and critiques will help students develop their editing skills as well as find their individual voice. This 8 week workshop is designed to allow students to experiment and discover what works best for a unique vision.
Requirements: camera with wide to normal focal length, tripod, as well as some knowledge of Photoshop or Lightroom. Film photography is also allowed, if the student would prefer to work with an analog camera. Knowledge of manual camera settings and basic post-production.
This class meets using the Zoom platform.
Class time is 6-8pm, however your instructor will be available after class for questions or continued discussion.
The Personal Landscape is also being offered on another date and time. View The Personal Landscape (NC658-01) for details.
Tsar Fedorsky is an American photographer. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts in Photography in 2018. She was a Critical Mass Finalist in 2015 and 2017 and received an Artist Fellowship Grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2015. Her photographs have been exhibited and published nationally and worldwide. Her work centers on personal … Read more