Time: 1PM – 4PM
Dive into the world of photography and engage with the world around you using your eyes and your trusty partner, the camera! In this workshop we seek out the desire for humans to capture the world they live in and how those images can tell us stories about ourselves, where we’ve been, and where we want to go. Using a variety of tools and methods developed over the ages, students will learn some of the earliest processes for capturing images, such as cyanotypes and pinhole cameras, building up to the state of analog and digital photography technology today. Students will explore the Anderson Ranch campus for unique photo opportunities and take home prints of some of their favorites. Digital cameras (we encourage you to bring your own if you have one), computers and printers are available. Join us for this exciting photographic adventure!
Ian David Edquist is a graduate of Colorado Mountain College’s Professional Photography program and a former intern of Anderson Ranch’s Photography and Marketing departments. Ian is a lifelong local to the Roaring Fork Valley. His personal work explores manmade objects and their relationship in the landscape. Dedicated to creativity, he also works as a freelance photographer specializing in documenting artworks, exhibitions and collections. www.ianedquist.com