Storytelling Through Portrait Photography with Meghan Ireland for ages 11 – 14
In this workshop, geared toward youth aged 11-14, discover how to create and compose striking portraits, work with natural light and shadow, and tell a compelling story through your photos. Learn the fundamentals of lighting, how lighting impacts composition and the approach to creating strong frames for your photographs. Explore art direction with colors, props and locations to infuse story, self and symbolism into your work. The use of any camera that reflects your voice is encouraged — equipment may include SLR’s, DSLR’s, point & shoot cameras, instant film or phones.
Immediately following the final class, families for a presentation of the student’s images!
Dates: Monday – Thursday Aug 7 – 10 Times: 9:30 am – 12 pm EST plus artist’s reception immediately following the final classLocation: IN PERSON at the Sandborne House, 15 High Street, Winchester, MA 01890
Level: BeginnerParticipants: maximum: 8Course Cost: $245 members / $295 non-members (the non-member tuition comes with a year regular membership to the museum)
About the Instructor:
Meghan Ireland is a professional, New England-based editorial, fine art and documentary photographer. Her images are a collection of instinctual moments in her life, personal moments that deal with themes related to nostalgia, identity, and an often romanticized look at history and culture.
Meghan graduated from New England School of Photography in 2010, and has since had her work exhibited in local galleries and featured in juried exhibitions around the country. Her photographs have been published in Boston Magazine, Boston Weddings, Aint-Bad Magazine, C 41 Magazine, Eater Boston, The Food Lens and Anti-Bride Magazine.
Meghan is a native of New Hampshire currently living in Massachusetts.
featured image copyright Meghan Ireland 2020
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