Delta Photo Club’s “Season of Zoom” continues at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, April 7th with a presentation on “Why Black and White?” by renowned photographer Cole Thompson.
He will make the case that black and white is the perfect medium for any subject…except for one. Cole will show work from his various portfolios including: The Ghosts of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Harbinger, Ceiling Lamps, Moai, Sitting for Portrait, The Lone Man, and others.
Interspersed between the images Cole will share his photographic philosophies, such as: Never Listen to Others, Photographic Celibacy, Cole’s Rule of Thirds, Equipment is Overrated, Vision is the Most Important Tool in my Toolbox, and many others!
At the end of his presentation Cole will answer questions and give away a print of The Angel Gabriel.
Cole claims he is “uniquely unqualified to speak on photography. I’ve never taken a photography class or a workshop. I don’t have a degree in art. I’ve never worked as a photographer. I don’t have gallery representation. I’m not a Canon Explorer of Light. And I only have three lenses and none of them are primes. Do I have any qualifications? Just one…my images. Nothing else matters.”
You won’t want to miss this DPC workshop!
a) Become a member of the Delta Photo Club by filling out the membership form at http://deltaphotoclub.com/member-sign-up-form
b) Attend as a guest by sending an e-transfer for $10.00 to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 am, Wednesday, April 7th.
The Zoom link for the meeting will be sent later in the afternoon of April 7th.
Should you have any questions about the Photo Club or using the Zoom platform, email email@example.com
“See” you on April 7th!
Your Learning Committee,
Karoline, Val, and Vinh
DPC 1970 – 2020: 50 Years of Photography