Learn the art of hand coloring a black and white photograph

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NOTE: This Class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform
Class meets Saturday and Sunday 12-4pm EST

Your hands-on, two-part course with Laurie will introduce you to the aesthetics and technical aspects of hand coloring – and then give you time to practice and work on your own photograph. You’ll leave with images you love and the tools to create more. 

This class will discuss taking photographs that are suited for hand coloring, selecting your materials, coloring techniques, and preserving your finished work. Students leave with at least 4 finished, fine art pieces of their own creation along with all the knowledge necessary to continue on your own.

• You will learn about taking photographs that are suited for hand coloring, selecting your materials, coloring techniques, and preserving your finished work.

• Before Class students will receive instructions on how to select a great image for hand coloring, and how to upload images for print.

The Supply List will be sent to you by Laurie 3 Weeks before the start of class. 

All Images:  ©Laurie Klein

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Instructor: Laurie Klein

Laurie gained acclaim and recognition as an infrared and black and white portrait photographer photographing the female form in the environment. She has her BFA from RIT and her MFA from OU. She has been teaching for more than 30 years, and her work has appeared in hundreds of publications and numerous gallery exhibitions.  She is author of two infrared photography books published by Amherst Media: Photography and Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images (co-authored with her son Kyle Klein), Photographing and The Female Form with Digital Infrared and Infrared. What solidified her love and passion for landscape photography was when she began photographing black and white and infrared film under the tutelage of Ansel Adams when she was a young woman.