Posts Tagged ‘workshop preview’

Workshop: Rosanne Olson on Analyzing—and Recreating—Every Kind of Light

Posted by on Tuesday February 27, 2018 | Lighting

A portrait lighting replication exercise, based on a portrait of actor Yul Brynner, from Rosanne Olson's "ABCs of Beautiful Light" workshop. ©Ulrica Lindstrom

Commercial and fine-art photographer Rosanne Olson recalls that when she started her career as a newspaper photographer, “I knew nothing about lighting.” Everything changed when she took a lighting workshop with Gregory Heisler, who taught her and other students “to work simply and with minimal lighting equipment,” and to blend strobe with ambient light. Olson... More

Workshop Preview: Photographing Cars and Car Culture

Posted by on Monday October 2, 2017 | Photojournalism

©Don Usner

Photographer Don Usner photographs lowriders, among other subjects related to his lifelong love for Northern New Mexico’s natural and cultural history. The cars, he says, “are incredible creations, beautiful art pieces.” But he adds that his work is “more about the people and seeing the cars as an expression of their cultural ethos. What’s exciting... More