Intermediate Photography: Seeing in Black & White

This course in black and white photography will explore the relationship between the fundamental elements of line, shape, texture and perspective. By learning how to see and compose with shades of gray, one can use light to create gradations of tone and value. The notions of simplicity and minimalism will be emphasized. We will also cover how to create black and white digital files from color. Tripod required. Instructor’s work has appeared in National Geographic publications. See Textbook and Supply List for textbook information.

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  • Fee: $149
  • Item #: 7092
  • Required textbook: Tao of Photography by Gross and Shapiro - ISBN-13: 978-1580081948

    Class includes two Sunday morning field trips 1/12 and 1/19/2020 (details given in class).
  • Winter 2020

  • This class is already in session. Please contact our office at conted@seattlecolleges.edu or 206-934-3705 to inquire about late registration.

It was very inspirational.  Really got me engaged and refocused on my photography.

- Linda