In Search of Photographic Style with Jim DelGiudice
Saturdays, 12:00 – 2:00pm
4 weeks: February 4, 11, 18 / Class show February 25 (guests invited) / Snow dates March 4 and 11
$100 members/$120 non-members, all materials included
This 4 week workshop will cover 4 basic photographic styles that have evolved during photography’s 190 year history: pictorial, abstract, character study and documentary (what we’d now call social media or citizen journalism). Students will look at and discuss examples in class, complete weekly personal assignments, and participate in class critiques. Manipulation of digital images and its ethics will also be discussed. The last session will be devoted to a class show and discussion of their best work, open to guests.
Questions may be directed to Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Basking Ridge resident and photojournalist Jim DelGiudice has used his eyes and voice to document the New Jersey scene for more than half his 58 years. His architectural photography for books published by Rutgers University Press and his lectures at Drew University have won him a share of the state’s Historic Preservation Award three times. In the millennium year Jim was cited by both the state and county legislatures for his lifetime contribution to the arts. Most recently, he served as photo editor for A Lifetime with Shakespeare, published by McFarland & Company. An adjunct assistant professor at County College of Morris as well as an adjunct at Columbia University, Jim enjoys presenting talks to adult and professional groups around the metropolitan area.