Documentary photographer, Henry Horenstein, will teach you how the use of metaphor and symbolism in photography can inform your own work as you discover your personal response to the nature of place.
Henry will accompany participants on daily excursions and work with students to help them uncover the essence of a place through frame, light, metaphor, and lyricism while exploring the beautiful as well as the seemingly mundane to discover and reveal the rich cultural and historical landscape of Oregon.
Summer Series Registration & Cancellation Policy
:: Withdrawals or refunds must have at least 30 days’ notice. There are no exceptions. If a class is cancelled, Newspace will refund only the class fee, not travel or hotel expenses. Newspace is not responsible for and will not refund any non-tuition expenses for any reason.
:: You must be a Press Camera member or higher to receive membership discounts on Summer Series workshop tuition.
Over the course of his prestigious career, Henry Horenstein has published over 30 books including some of the most widely used instructional photographic texts in the field (Black & White Photography and Beyond Basic Photography). He has also published many noted monographs including Animalia and Honky Tonk. Horenstein is a professor at RISD, and lives and works in Boston, MA.
Prerequisite: Students must be comfortable using cameras in manual mode.
August 9 – 11, 2013
9am – 5pm
7 – 9pm