During the first hundred years of photography, it was solely a black & white world. But with the introduction of color film in the 1930’s things slowly started to change. Today’s photographic environment revolves around color and black & white has become a dying art form practiced mainly by older photographers or young students just learning the art. In this virtual class with Walter Kuhn of Roberts Camera, we will explore black & white photography and how its unique look remains relevant today. We’ll also explore what the future may hold for this important art form.
Virtual Event (Zoom)