Landscape Photography with Hendrik Paul

6 sessions, including classroom time and location shooting:

Tuesdays, February 24, March 3, 17, and 31, 7–9pm
Sundays, March 8 and March 22: On Location

 

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Isle of Hoy. Photo © Hendrik Paul.

In this landscape photography workshop, Hendrik Paul guides you through the process of creating powerful nature and landscape images. The first two sessions will be a lecture and discussion of the history and varying approaches to landscape photography. The third meeting will be on location, where participants will photograph with their own camera and gear. The fourth meeting will be spent critiquing the images taken while on location. The fifth and sixth class meetings will be spent shooting on location and critiquing, respectively.

This class is meant for all levels of photographic ability and is open to both film and digital mediums. Hendrik’s unique perspective on the subject of landscape photography combined with knowledge of the craft makes for a wonderful photographic experience.

For questions or to register, call: 415.388.3569

 


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Cataract Falls. Photo © Hendrik Paul.

Instructor Bio: Hendrik Paul is a black and white photographer based in Mill Valley, CA. He processes each roll of film by hand and prints in the traditional silver gelatin format. His meticulous hand-crafting is an integral part of his work; these techniques help capture nature’s tranquil and meditative qualities.

Hendrik completed his BA at Providence College and his MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute. He was a 2009 Fulbright finalist and nominated for the 2012 SECA art award with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Past exhibitions include Meditative Landscapes at San Francisco International Airport, Depth of Perception at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, and Landscape Other at RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco. His work is included in the permanent collections of Providence College and the San Francisco Public Utility Commission.

Learn more about Hendrik on our blog, on his website, or in this Marin Independent Journal article.