Development of Fine Art Photography:
From Pictorialism to Realism
Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 10am to Noon
Studio B at SOPHA, Manchester, NH
At its inception, fine art photography was expected to look like what was familiar in the late 19th century: paintings. Early photographers went to great lengths to make their images appear painterly but as photographers pushed this new art form into focus the realism movement was born. Realists looked to capture to world as it was, not their interpretation of it. Over 100 years later we can see the lasting effects of these early photographic movements framing our artistic viewpoints.
About your instructor:
Liz Wood is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute and enjoys all things photographically nerdy. Her personal work can be described as a visual diary and she incorporates alternative printing processes into her practice often. She works a day job to afford film and enjoys teaching classes and workshops whenever possible.
This program is part of our Education Membership Series.
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