Guided by Laurie Klein & Shelley Vandegrift, embark on a journey into the extraordinary world of artistic infrared photography and discover the ethereal beauty of this unique photographic technique.
Apr 6, 2024 - Apr 7, 2024
Workshop Fee: $450
Workshop Duration: 7 hours (Saturday & Sunday, 12-3:30pm ET)
Workshop Location: Online
Class Size: 14
Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets Saturday & Sunday, Apr 6 & 7 from 12-3:30pm ET.
Infrared photography can be so much more than white foliage and unusual colors. It is the perfect palette for creating fine art photographs that tell intricate stories.
This workshop focuses on capture and post-processing techniques that can add a creative flair to your infrared images. Move beyond the basics of infrared photography into the magical creative possibilities of using composition, color, and content manipulation to craft your narrative.
Who is the class for?
This class is for current infrared photographers who want to take their infrared images to a new level.
Instructor: Laurie Klein
Laurie Klein 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.
Laurie has authored 4 books, including Hand Coloring Black and White Photography, The Female Form with Digital Infrared and co-author of 2 editions of Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images. She is working on a new book of hand coloring in the digital age.
Her work has appeared in hundreds of publications and has a life-long record of gallery exhibitions. She has been teaching for over 30 years.
Instructor: Shelley Vandegrift
Shelley Vandegrift became a photographer at the age of 10 capturing her surroundings and printing in her father’s darkroom.
From that early time, the technical components of the post-production process held as much attraction for her as the creative experience behind the lens.
The introduction of digital cameras married her two passions: photography and computers. Shelley has a knack for explaining the technical in ways everyone can understand regardless of their relationship with technology. She has the privilege of bringing that knack to her teaching with Laurie Klein, her artistic mentor, and friend, to guide other photographers to achieve their own artistic vision through the magic of post-processing.
Shelley teaches and guest lectures for a wide variety of venues including DxO, Skylum, LACP, and camera organizations around the world. Shelley’s work has been featured in B&W Magazine and New Mexico Magazine and has appeared in A. Smith Gallery, Lucas Gallery, and the Art Travelers Gallery at Dallas’ Love Field.