Forget converting to gray scale and learn everything about making amazing black and white images in the lab and in the field

© Jean Miele

Forget “convert to grayscale.” This five-day workshop provides the time to cover everything you want to know about black-and-white. Hands-on. From how to make gallery quality inkjet prints to the “best” black-and-white conversion techniques; we’ll cover it all. Step-by-step Photoshop demonstrations, individualized instruction, and practice time in MMW’s state-of-the-art digital lab teach participants how to do great black-and-white “darkroom” work digitally.

 While lab-time will focus on creating, processing, printing, and presenting black-and-white work, field trips will allow the class some play-time to enjoy the beauty of mid-coast Maine, make new images, and learn to shoot better for monochrome. Every student will complete the course with a new understanding of how to “think” in black-and-white. Participants will also learn which inkjet printer/paper combinations rival (or exceed) traditional darkroom prints, and why understanding color-management and image-resolution is critical for consistent, repeatable, best-quality results. By the end of the week, everyone will have their own beautiful B&W prints to take home as well as a virtual arsenal of Photoshop techniques to bring their B&W work to the next level.

Prerequisite: This course is not for beginners; participants should be entirely comfortable with Mac computers and Adobe Photoshop. 

Course Dates

This course is not offered at this time.
Check our full workshop listing for other alternatives.

Please email us or call 1-877-577-7700 with any questions.

Levels

Tuition

$1095

Class Size

15