Forget what you know about landscape photography. This workshop explores ways of deconstructing space and viewpoint. Using multiple images, students break apart the view before them to create their own gestalt version in its place. The focus is on creating new work in large format through a variety of exciting techniques. The focus is on a lo-fi approach to photography. Students are introduced to alternative imaging methods and how to interpret the scene in front of them in fresh, innovative ways. The workshop explores everything from polaroid manipulations and cyanotype printing to creating works of art using a photocopier.
Media & Techniques:
Students use digital cameras and Adobe Lightroom to import, edit and print images. Polaroid, Pinhole, Cyanotype, photo copier and transfer techniques are included in the instruction as well.
The week is divided between field trips to capture new material, studio time and group discussions. Daily lectures, demonstrations and lots of hands-on studio work provide students with the opportunity to advance their skills.
Kevin Hoth has been working in fine art photography for over twenty years, spanning the digital divide from analog to digital. His work has been shown in over eighty exhibitions nationally and internationally. He currently teaches at the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver.Register