Join photographer Bill Armstrong for a two-day workshop designed for photographers of all skill levels who would like to learn the aesthetic principles behind creating strong color photographs. The workshop will focus on how to unleash the power of color for maximum impact. Exploring both the technical and aesthetic aspects of color, Armstrong will examine such topics as how the eye sees color; the contrast and harmony of colors; color and time of day; color mood and meaning; and the psychology and symbolism of color.
        Through lectures, visual presentations and hands-on exercises students will gain a core understanding of how color works, which will improve their technical ability to shoot and print. Light refreshments and lunch will be provided on both days. Please contact [email protected] with any dietary restrictions at least one week before the workshop begins.

Bill Armstrong is a fine art photographer whose work is represented by ClampArt in New York, Hackelbury in London, and numerous galleries across the country and in Europe. His work is part of various museum collections including the Vatican Museum; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum; the Houston Museum of Fine Arts; and the Bibliothèque National de France. Armstrong also teaches at the International Center of Photography and the School of Visual Arts, New York.