Eileen Rafferty - Learning the Language of a Photograph via Zoom



The event will be held on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM.

Note: This Presentation will be via Zoom only. A link will be sent out closer to the event.

 

Learning the Language of a Photograph:

As photographers we love looking at photographs. Quite often we instinctively know what we like and don't like about an image. But can we articulate this in words? Why is this important?

Understanding and speaking the language of the photograph is an essential skill as a photographer. It is important to effectively talk about our own images as well as give feedback to our peers. In this lecture, Eileen will introduce the language of the photograph and discuss the important elements to address in a constructive photo critique. We will come away with skills to appreciate images through words.

Bio:

Eileen Rafferty is an artist/educator teaching Creativity and Photographic History. She is a video editor and owns a Creative Consulting Business to guide clients in their creative process. Her artwork includes mixed media, video, drawings and photographs. Her degrees include an MFA in Photography/Film and a BS in Physiology.

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