9 AM - 5 PM
4708 Laurel St.
This workshop is a condensation of the course taught at Rice University's School of Continuing Studies.
Light is the single most important – and perhaps most misunderstood – element in taking effective pictures. Used wisely, light provides depth, meaning and emotion, and can unveil details in photographs the eye might miss!
Join photographer/teacher Don Eddy in this intensive workshop designed to help you understand and use light to create better photographs.
Unconventional projects will be presented thus building upon varied basics of light to allow you to completely understand how to use light in any of your photogaphic endeavors.
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Don has been a professional photographer for more than forty years. His work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the country and is in numerous collections, including the Museum of Fine Art Houston, the Smithsonian Institute, Amon Carter Museum and private. He served as staff photographer at several institutions, including the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House and the Eastman Kodak Motion Picture and Research Studios in Rochester, New York. Mr. Eddy has taught at AIMS Community College in Colorado, Sierra Nevada College at Lake Tahoe, and Monterey Peninsula College in California.
This workshop was introduced and is taught by Don as a nine week, successful course in the School for Continuing Studies at Rice University since Spring 2005. The class always filled well before the first session!
Don holds an MS from the Rochester Institute of Technology where he studied photography under master photographers and instructors: Minor White, Beaumont Newhall, Les Stroebel, Charlie Arnold, and Hollis Todd. He also is a graphic designer, book designer, and founder of Monterey Publishing.
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