Creating a "Defining Frame" using Streetscapes, Urban imaging, Buildings, and the Natural Landscape
Rick Hulbert's passion for photography stems from the fact that it teaches us how to better see and perceive the environment around us. As a Practicing Architect and Urban Designer, Rick has decades of experience in actually planning and designing internationally award winning urban neighborhoods along with the buildings therein.
As a Professional Teacher of Photography, Rick has been fortunate to have interacted with some of the great photographers of our time. Rick's presentation is designed to be an educational experience. While he will focus on photographing architecture and refer to his own images, he will show how an "architectural attitude" in photography can influence many photographic genres.
As one example, Architectural and Urban Photography seeks to portray 3-dimensional environments on a 2-dimensional screen or "canvas." Rick will discuss how photographers can consciously create a perception of depth in their images if they so choose.
As another example of his "unconventional approach to composition" in photography, Rick will talk about the importance of how an image relates to the edges or frame of the "canvas." In addition, Rick will compare the photography of buildings to photographing people and show the compelling similarities.
He promises some serious content along with a few laughs. Rick will do his best to provide each and every attendee with a notion or concept relative to photography that they had not previously considered. While this may seem a bit arrogant, he has the big advantage in that he is coming to you as an International Architect who has, over a 50 year period, mastered the art of photography as a professional tool for communication, documentation, and interpretation.
Visit Rick's website to see more of his work.
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184 Everett St,
April 18, 2013
Lecture Starts at 7 PM
Social Time Starts at 6:00PM
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