Seeing in Black & White – A Monochrome Journey

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Date(s) - Feb 11, 2016
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Doors open 30 minutes prior.

American Legion Joyce Kilmer Post #25

Lecture Meeting

Black and white photography is the most classic form of expression. Instead of color, the focus is on shapes, patterns, contrast, lighting, and tonal range. There are several methods to make a good B&W photo. We will cover black and white film photography, methods to do digital black and white processing, and infrared photography. The provided examples will show how to see in monochrome, and which scenes are most suitable for black and white.

There is no fee to attend this meeting for paid-in-full members of Raritan Photographic Society. If you are not a paid member of RPS, the fee to attend is only $5.00, which can be applied to offset the annual club membership fee.

Speaker: Martin Bluhm