Photo by Eliot Dudik
The Art of Editing and Sequencing Your Photo Book with Eliot Dudik (Weekend-Intensive)
- March 20, 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
- March 21, 2020
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- March 22, 2020
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The process of editing and sequencing photographs is a vital component to creating a meaningful body of work. When it comes to conveying meaning, editing one’s work is as important, if not more so, than the making of photographs.
This workshop will cover basic strategies for editing and sequencing photo-based projects, specifically with photobook production in mind, and give workshop attendees the opportunity to receive feedback on their personal project’s structure and direction.
With the completion of this workshop, students should have a body of work paired down to its most poignant elements and structured in such a way that it could easily be translated to the printed page or exhibition walls. Through this workshop, students will become more comfortable with the beginning stages of editing and sequencing so they can continue this work on their own as well as learn to provide significant feedback for their peers.
Attendees should bring with them a set of 100-200 printed photographs they have been working on toward a single project. These prints should be small, 4×6” is good, and they do not need to be high quality; they can simply be prints made by Walgreens or your favorite local photo lab. They are solely intended to be representations for physically moving images around to create your narrative.
NOTE: This is classified as a “Special Guest” workshop. We advise you to read the “Special Guest Refund Policy” HERE before enrolling.
Traveling from out of town? Need a place to stay?
We strongly recommend The Culver Hotel, a boutique hotel conveniently located about two miles from the Los Angeles Center of Photography. Guests of LACP will receive 25% off the listed room rate (pending closures and black-out periods).
Click HERE for details on booking.
Weekend-Intensive (Three Sessions)
Dates: Friday, March 20, 7-9 pm + Saturday and Sunday, March 21-22, 10 am – 6 pm
(Please note exact meeting times may vary.)