The Large Format Landscape
With Kim Weston and Randy Efros
June 8-10, 2007
on in the Weston tradition, this extremely popular workshop is held at
the home of the late
Edward Weston at Wildcat Hill located in beautiful Carmel, California.
During this workshop we will be photographing on the central coast that
Edward Weston loved so dearly and where he created some of his most
This three-day workshop
provides an excellent opportunity for participants to learn the
traditional techniques and craft of large format black and white
photography. Under Kim Weston and Randy Efrosí
close supervision, students will photograph with the large format
camera, and work through all the procedures for making a fine art print.
You will learn pre-visualization, film exposure and development, contact
printing, and then mount your print for final presentation.
During this workshop we will
be taking a close look at the large format cameras. We will be
photographing for 2 consecutive days which will give participants more
time to learn about the mechanics of the camera, light and composition.
We will develop the negatives by inspection and on the 3rd day each
student will contact print a negative of their choosing. This workshop
is for anyone who has interest in working with the larger format camera
and for those who simply want to perfect their skills. All cameras and
materials needed for the workshop are provided; Arca Swiss 4x5 & 8x10
cameras, film, paper, chemistry, and mounting supplies. All skill levels
are welcomed. Basic camera skills are required for this workshop.
Guest Photographer Randy
Efros is a fine art photographer from Phoenix AZ. Space is limited
to 6 people. Cost is $700.00 (Lodging not included).
To Register : Email or
call firstname.lastname@example.org (831) 624-8111
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