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CPA Photography Workshop
Photographing with Henry Horenstein: Boxing, Bars, and more

November 15-17, 2019
Friday: 6:00pm, Lecture with Henry Horenstein
Saturday: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 7:00pm, Film Screening
Sunday: 10:00am – 3:00pm
$300 members, $350 non-members
Limit 15 students    Secure your spot, purchase ticket below.

After being inspired by Henry Horenstein’s Friday night lecture, “Shoot What You Love: A Career in Photography” (6:00pm, Babcock Room, Sunset Center), you won’t want to miss the once in a lifetime opportunity to go photographing with this maverick. This is a fabulous chance to get an insider’s view with the highly regarded professional educator, artist, and writer of some of the most popular photography textbooks out there!

Join us for a spectacular and fun weekend workshop as we spend time learning from and photographing with renowned photographer Henry Horenstein. Henry’s two-day workshop combines hands-on experience with discussion and advice about personal direction and growth as a photographer. It is open to photographers of all levels, from beginning to advanced.

Saturday morning we will look at your work as a group and discuss your goals and “dreams” for the future. Saturday afternoon we will head for the boxing gyms and make portraits and photographs of male and female boxers in action. Henry will participate in and supervise shooting at Rock Boxing and the Salinas Boxing Club. The shoot may extend to other venues, including Henry’s favorite location: country western bars!

Saturday evening offers the rare opportunity to see Henry’s film, PARTNERS.

PARTNERS is a fascinating documentary incorporating clips from interviews with couples who discuss how they met and how their relationships work. Some are fairly conventional while others are wildly unorthodox. PARTNERS is about acceptance and a celebration of choice.

Sunday morning we will choose 5-6 images from the gym for discussion. Sunday afternoon we will have a broad discussion of issues any photographer might face—from legal matters (model releases, copyright, etc.) to approaching your subject, developing a personal project, and getting your work “out there” (galleries, publications, social media, etc.).

This promises to be a great opportunity to push your work forward and have a little fun while you’re at it!

Masterclasses often run beyond the scheduled time. Participants are encouraged to plan accordingly if they wish to take full advantage of time spent with the artist.

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Photo Credit: Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner, Symphony Hall, Boston, MA, 1972 ©Henry Horenstein


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