B&W with Joel Tjintjelaar Workshop Dates: 22 – 24 Jan 2021 (3 Full Days)
Location: Online Workshop
Instructor: Joel Tjintjelaar & Peter Gordon
Fee Includes: 3 days Post Production Instruction (1 Day With Peter, 2 Days With Joel)
Group Size: 10 Max
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Joel Tjintjelaar is widely recognised as a ground-breaking photographer and artist within the genre of long exposure black and white. His work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the world and he is currently represented in New York, Washington and Amsterdam.
Central to Joel’s image-making are his post-production techniques. Joel’s personal method of Black and White post-processing, called iSGM, is a unique and advanced workflow that can transform your black and white imagery. Attending a workshop with Joel is not just a chance to tap into his unique vision and vast array of experience, but an opportunity to learn first hand his in house methods for processing and toning black and white.
Day 1 with Peter Gordon: Before delving into Joel’s more advanced techniques Peter’s intro will help you get to grips with some core functionality in Photoshop. Layers, Layer Order, Layer Mask, Hard Selections Intro, Luminosity Masks, Joel’s Panel Intro.
Day 2 and 3 will be essential in ensuring you are ready for Joel’s more advanced techniques on days 2 and 3. Joel will cover the philosophy of fine art black and white editing. His detailed technique for creating tone and depth. Masking and blending as well as an in-depth look at his processing panel. Next level processing.
Why Choose ExploreLight?
Unlike most companies offering photography courses and workshops, our instructors are specialist landscape and nature photographers. We represent an international standard in terms of landscape photography workshops and tours.
Costs and What’s Included in the workshop
The cost of the workshop is €695. For this fee you will receive 3 days Post Production Instruction (1 Day With Peter, 2 Days With Joel)
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