Saturdays / July 11 & 18 / 1pm EST
Instructor: Amrita Stützle
There are many considerations in the composition of a photograph—among them, line, depth of field, perspective, texture, pattern, and color. What are some strategies for how to use composition to make compelling and exciting images? During the first session of the workshop, we will discuss composition strategies and techniques as a means of articulating an image. Students will then have fun and experiment with these composition techniques over the course of the week, sharing and discussing the results during the second session of this two-week workshop.
Cost: Member ($25) / Non-member ($50)
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Meet your instructor
Amrita Stützle is an Austrian born artist and educator with a focus in lens-based media. Her practice dissects contemporary and historical aspects of her identity, exploring themes of femininity, labor, and power. She was a participant of the 2018 NY Times Portfolio Review and is a 2018 Saltonstall Artist-in-Residence fellow. She was a 2019 Magenta Foundation top 100 Emerging Photographers winner and has recently had her work published in the NY Times and Ain’t Bad publications.
After receiving her BFA in Art Photography from the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University in 2014, she worked at Light Work for five years as a printmaker then lab manager. She has recently taught photography workshops at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and is currently pursuing her MFA at the University of Pennsylvania.
This event was first published on June 29, 2020 and last updated on July 6, 2020.