Black and white photo workshop to convey emotion and contrasts with Michel Proulx
Duration : 7h
In French only
In this workshop, you will learn, by practice, that black-and-white photographic expression is simple to learn, but carries emotions that will make your photos timeless works of art. This workshop will introduce you to a new look that will stimulate your passion for photography and open doors to your creativity.
The basic principles of sensitometry and light, the perception of shades of gray versus colors, how to transmit emotions in pictures, shooting versus camera
settings, contrast as a key element of interpretation and of creativity, the possibilities of monochrome versus color and why express yourself in black
and white? You'll also see several techniques and settings (depending on your device) to create custom black and white images and increase their visual
impact. Viewing multiple images and technical demonstrations will introduce you to a very practical approach to photography and creativity. Black and white is
accessible to all to create original and creative images.
- Setting your camera for black and white shooting
- Appropriate use of built-in digital filters
- The monochrome worldview for landscapes, portrait and street photography
- Perception and importance of contrast analysis
- The composition and the particular structure of the black and white scenes
- Several exercises of creativity and visual expression.
Pre-requisite: Having knowledge of the basics of photography (ISO, aperture, shutter speed, depth of field). Having knowledge of the different modes of your camera.
Once registered, this course cannot be refunded. Photo Laplante reserves the right to cancel or hand over a course, workshop or outings without notice, in which case registered persons will be notified and reimbursed.
No course on the schedule soon. However, you can make an arrangement with the teacher by clicking here.
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