Darkness & Time
Saturdays (every other week)
About the Course
Explore the possibilities and implications of photography in near darkness and with long exposures. Look at historical and contemporary artists for ideas and develop a project in group critiques. Students should have a digital camera and tripod and know how to apply EV compensation in Manual mode. Readings and technical notes will be provided. Meets once every two weeks.
Page Carr is an Associate Professor of Photography and Media at Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria. Her MFA is from the Rhode Island School of Design and her AB in History is from Bryn Mawr College.
She teaches Get out of Auto, Photoshop, and Digital Montage projects.
She is interested in cultural and physical aspects of visual perception and information, and her work in various media is documentary or experimental, or both.
"Learning to use any camera can be fun. My Photoworks classes are small and flexible to suit the needs of each student, and questions are always welcome."