I’m teaching a Pinhole Camera Workshop for the Northwest Florida Arts Association on Saturday, February 26. The class will build a pinhole camera, develop the black and white film, and participate in a “Retro Photo Show” in March at the Art Association’s gallery. If you’re in the area and would like to register (space is limited) or for more info, check it out HERE. It’s going to be a lot of fun. Hope to see you there….
My first workshop. Let me re-phrase that – my first workshop that I’m holding, or is it teaching. Maybe teaching is too strong of a word, I’ve always thought of workshops as “doing” rather than teaching. Not really a classroom experience, it’s more of an “in-the-field” experience. The workshop is being held under the umbrella of the Northwest Florida Arts Association. The premise is Historic Pensacola. So my first thought is Civil War cemetery. With ghoulish delight (or so I’m told), I sought out my first location, St. Michael’s Cemetery.
Shooting in a cemetery, I’ve found, is a delicate balance of achieving what you want artistically and respecting the history of the place and especially those buried there.