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    Exploring Landscape through Black and White - Fall 2023

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    Daniel Gregory
    DAY / TIME Wednesday 6-9pm | September 20 - November 29, 2023*
    *No class on October 9 and November 22, 2023;
    Field Trip Outing on Saturday, October 28
    TUITION $825
    Payment & Refund Policy
    Scholarship Opportunities
    FORMAT In-person, enrollment is limited to 12 students.
    LEVEL Intermediate
    PREREQS Photography I: Black and White
    CREDITS 3 – Fulfills Elective requirement for Certificate Program

    Join us for a course on analog black and white film focused on landscape photography. This class delves into one of the classic themes of photography and its roots in the analog process.

    Through lectures, artist reviews, assignments, and in-class critiques, we'll explore and put our own stamp on the rich history of landscape photography. Our focus will be on the technical aspects of landscape photography as well as the aesthetic considerations of producing captivating and emotionally impactful work.

    There is also one Saturday field trip to a picturesque location within an hour or so of Seattle and spend some in-class lab time where you can receive feedback and assistance with printing and developing (additional time outside of class in the darkroom will be required to fulfill the course requirements).

    This course is perfect for anyone who loves landscape photography and has completed Photo 1 and wants to delve deeper into the fundamentals or for experienced photographers who want to expand their skill set in this amazing genre of photography. Our goal is to inspire, challenge, and elevate your landscape photography to new heights.



    • Students must provide their own camera.
    • Students should expect to spend several hours per week on assignments for this course, which will require use of PCNW facilities; view our Rental Rates for details about additional fees.
    • Additional information about course expectations and required materials will be provided by the instructor at the start of the quarter.


    Image © Daniel Gregory