Serenbe Photography Center’s First Workshop

Serenbe Photography Center will have their grand-opening in a few weeks, but their calendar is chock-full of great events, classes and workshops. We'll be sharing more info about their efforts in the weeks ahead. Here's what's happening on February 6th...
Capture, Tweak, & Print Workshop! – with Harris Fogel $125 (includes lunch) – limit 16 students 9:30 am to 4:30 pm “Digital technologies have unleashed a newfound ability to create images that embrace the passion at the core of the photographic aesthetic since its creation. Though the learning curve can be frustrating, the amount of creative control we have is staggering, as are our options and approaches!” says Harris Fogel, internationally acclaimed digital photography mastermind. He’ll discuss image capture, the role of color management and profiling from capture through development and printing, and how to best optimize work for export and printing. Using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 for digital workflow, he’ll explain and illustrate image formats and how they impact your work, and explore the use of software and hardware to help achieve the best image quality. This is definitely a double shot of Espresso workshop! – Just bring your camera. to register contact: office - 770-463-9098, Jenna Duffy, Asst. Director or contact Kathryn Kolb, Director, 404-862-0118 About the Instructor: Harris Fogel is an Associate Professor of Photography, and Director of the Sol Mednick Gallery and Gallery 1401, in the Media Arts Department at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. The Media Arts Department offers programs in Photography, Film, Animation, and Digital Video, and houses two gallery spaces. The Sol Mednick Gallery and Gallery 1401 offer a year-round schedule of contemporary exhibitions of photography. He is reviewing work for possible exhibition at the Sol Mednick Gallery and Gallery 1401. He would prefer to view work that is fully realized and ready for exhibition. Our dogma is that we are non-dogmatic, and exhibit a wide-range of work. Celebrating its 30th anniversary the Sol Mednick Gallery was founded in 1978 by then-Department Chair Ray Metzker, and is named after the founder of The University of the Arts Photography Program, Sol Mednick. It is the only endowed gallery for the exhibition of contemporary photography in Philadelphia. Fogel has directed the Sol Mednick Gallery since 1997 and Gallery 1401 since 1999. Gallery 1401 is now celebrating its 10th anniversary. The Media Arts Department, home to the photography, film, digital video, and animation programs at the university, operates the galleries. In 2001, the Sol Mednick Gallery received the prestigious Photo Review Award for service to photography.

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