Photographers are regularly faced with editing and sequencing their work whether for website, juried show submission, portfolio, or grant proposal. In this workshop we will look at the art of evaluating photographs and arranging them for presentation. Beginning with the work of other photographers, we will examine the question of what makes a strong photograph, both as a single image and within a group. Next we will turn our attention to your photographs, sharing, editing, and sequencing them as a group. Students should arrive with a group of 15-35 photographs they would like workshopped.
2 Sessions – January 27 and February 3, 2017
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
$250 per person
Maximum 12 students
About Emily Belz
Emily Belz is a photographer and educator based in Cambridge, MA. Belz has exhibited her photographs in exhibitions at the Center for Fine Art Photography; Danforth Museum; the Griffin Museum of Photography; the Photographic Resource Center; Panopticon Gallery, and the Vermont Center for Photography. She was the recipient of a 2014 artist grant from the Cambridge Arts Council, and a 2015 Critical Mass Finalist. Belz holds a BA in photography and art history from Hampshire College (1997); an MA in art and design education from the Rhode Island School of Design (2009); and an MFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art (2017).
Photo by Bill Malone