# 447 Image deconstruction/construction in Portraiture/Fashion/Fine Art

Instructor(s): Bryce Denison

Tuition: $100.00

This one-day workshop involves a classroom session followed by a studio shooting session with the emphasis of viewing a famous photograph or painting and figuring out what problems the artist had to overcome to create their iconic image.

How do painters and other artist get their inspiration? They look at the work of other artists: sculptures, drawings, photographs, lithographs. Then they reverse engineer the content of that artwork to study the lighting, the pose, the wardrobe, the environment and the model. Come to this workshop where we will start with three famous photographs from a famous artist. Then we will re-create our own version of this piece of artwork by lecture, demonstration and hands on shooting.  Model is provided.