Basic Black and White workshop
Basic Black and White Photography
@ Gallery 44 - 401 Richmond St. W. Suite 120
Saturdays February 26, March 5 & 12 12-3pm
$320/ $300 (members)
Instructor: Ruth Kaplan
To register, please call 416 979 3941 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leave your digital camera & Photoshop at home and experience the thrill of watching a photograph emerge from blank paper to image. Traditional black and white photography has volumes to teach photographers about the basics of what makes an excellent photograph including; the relationship between light and image, seeing qualities of light, developing an eye for composition, and learning to control print quality. Learn from artist Ruth Kaplan how to shoot, develop and print B&W photographs. This course is designed for beginners, as well as those interested in brushing up on their skills. Students are required to bring a working manual 35mm film camera.
Ruth Kaplan is a Toronto-based photographer whose work explores a variety of themes such as bathers in communal hot springs and participants in rituals of spirituality. Documentary-based, her images are subjective offering a highly personal interpretation of social behaviour. She has exhibited widely over the past twenty years and is represented by the Stephen Bulger Gallery.
Kaplan’s editorial work can be found in major Canadian and international publications. She has received numerous National Magazine Awards, Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council grants. She is a photography instructor at schools including Ryerson University, OCAD and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She is currently enrolled in an MFA program at Ryerson University School of Image Arts, in Documentary Media.