The Fine Art Photo Book – Quinton Gordon – Online – October 3rd- November 21st, 2020 – (SOLD OUT)
This session is SOLD OUT. An additional session will come in 2021. Please contact us to be notified of the new dates. Akademie@LeicaCamerausa.com
Learn how to translate your photo project into a finished book!
Designed for photographers who are working on a larger personal project or photo-essay this eight-week online workshop will help you to understand how to edit, sequence and produce your project in book form.
From zine, to handmade books and the creation of a maquette this program will touch on the option and advantages of each form. Quinton will lead participants through the process of completing your projects, editing and sequencing the photographs and designing a book that can be either a finished, self-published book, or a working book dummy used to approach publishers.
Participants should have a project in the works that may be nearing completion but where they still have access to making some additional images.
- Finding the Narrative Thread
- Editing + Sequencing for a book
- Book Production Options, materials and edition sizes
- Budgeting, Marketing and Sales
Eight weeks with group sessions and individual reviews taking place on consecutive Saturdays, October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st November 7th, 14th, 21st , 2020
The final timing will be determined by the group size and the time zone location of the majority of the students. Group Sessions will take place both in the morning and afternoon.
Who should take this workshop?
Advanced Enthusiasts, Professionals
Things you should know:
Participants must be able to select and organize images using image editing software for class sessions.
All participants will need to be comfortable working with image editing software. The ability to easily make small, inexpensive work prints is an asset but not essential.
Class Size: 7 Max.
Quinton Gordon (b. 1967) is a Canadian artist and photographer whose work deals with our relationship to culture, landscape and notions of identity and belonging. His work has been published widely and his photographs reside in both private and public collections internationally. He has been an instructor with the Leica Akademie USA since 2011.
In 2012 he published his first artist book, Mile Zero: A Place Uncertain, followed by DUSK, a portfolio of images made on the edge of light as day becomes night using orthochromatic paper negatives and a large format camera. Currently he is working to release two new books, EDGE: The Salish Sea, and Nowhere Is A Place, both due to publish later this year with Turn Signal Books.
Outside of his professional practice, Quinton is an active public speaker, workshop instructor and mentor. He also holds a position as the Manager of Strategic Engagement with the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria, producing photo-documentary and film projects that serve to expand the dialogue around multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion in the context of an evolving Canadian identity.
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