While I’ve long been a fan of black and white photography, I have never received any formal instruction on capturing those elegantly beautiful shots. I’m rectifying that with this new workshop at Big Picture Classes, where I will spend six weeks channeling my inner Ansel Adams. Taught by Tracey Clark, known for photographic storytelling, this is sure to be a delightfully rich experience.
In the same light as the previous classes in Tracey’s popular Picture series, Picture Black and White will inspire and challenge you to look at the world around you in a whole new way; this time with a monochromatic twist. Throughout the class you will receive thirty photo prompts delivered to your inbox. You will receive each prompt every other day which will allow ample time to shoot and savor each prompt.
Sixty days in the classroom setting with thematic videos from Tracey will help creatively guide you as you capture your vision, using the muse of a monochromatic palette. Part encouragement, part inspiration and part empowerment, Tracey will not only offer her signature prompts, she’ll be sharing the whys and hows of creating compelling and creatively composed black and white images.
One Simple Scrapper reader will join me in taking Picture Black and White, beginning May 3. Simply leave a comment on this blog post by Sunday, April 29 and 11:59pm central daylight time. Your comment should answer the following question. Responses that do not comply with this requirement will be disqualified from the giveaway.
What is one question you have about your camera or photography?