►In this workshop you will learn how to read and critique photographs.
►You will learn about the visual grammar of photographs and how a photograph’s meaning is influenced by subject matter, medium, process, form and context.
►You will heighten your understanding and appreciation of photography by analyzing photographs that span the history of the medium.
►We will review iconic as well as vernacular photographs that are representative of key periods in photographic history, including pictorialism, modernism, and postmodernism.
►Among the questions we will address are: What constitutes a good photograph? Why are some photographs deemed art and others not? And what criteria should be used to judge a photograph?
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Your Instructor: Terry Nathan
Terry Nathan is a professor in the Art/Science Fusion Program at UC Davis, where he teaches "Photography: Bridging Art and Science." He also has taught landscape photography workshops in California and Texas. Terry has served as juror and judge for art exhibitions and he has been invited to speak on the art, history, science and practice of photography at several national symposia. Terry's fine art work, which centers on architecture, landscape, documentary and art/science fusion, has been published in a variety of magazines and shown in several national juried exhibitions.
You can learn more about Terry, and see additional photographs, at his Web site: TerryNathanPhoto.com