Lecture by Vladimir Golub "Landscape photography"


September 3 at 14.00 Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I.N. Kramskoy invites everyone (from 16 years old) to Vladimir Golub’s lecture “Landscape Photography”.

Immediately after the lecture, Vladimir Golub’s author’s tour of the photo exhibition “The Voronezh Land – the Land of Peter the Great” will take place.

The lecture will tell about the features of the genre, equipment for landscape photography, where, when and how best to photograph landscapes. Let’s talk in detail about the technical aspects of landscape photography, the compositional, lighting and color scheme of the image. Let’s analyze the typical mistakes made by photographers when shooting landscapes. Let’s review the main methods and techniques of computer processing of landscape photographs. We will discuss the issues of applying creative author’s transformations of images, as well as the presentation of a photographic landscape in the interior. Recommendations for photography in extreme conditions will also be given.

Vladimir Alexandrovich Golub is the founder and head of the author’s Photo School, the Photographic Center and the Fotum Photo Club, the organizer of the FotumArt Art Photography Festivals, lectures, master classes, photo exhibitions, and photo contests. Author of 15 personal and participant of more than 80 collective photo exhibitions in Russia and abroad (in the USA, Great Britain, France, Germany), winner and laureate of many photo contests. Photo works were published in many publications, including special photographic ones (magazines “Foto&Video”, “Digital Camera”, “Photomasterskaya”, etc.). Author’s works are in the Voronezh Regional Art Museum, in private collections in Austria, Great Britain, Germany, Israel and other countries.

The duration of the lecture is 2.5 hours.
Ticket price – 150 rubles.
Attention! A ticket to the lecture also gives you the opportunity to visit the photo exhibition and Vladimir Golub’s author’s tour.

Available with the Pushkin card.

The number of tickets is limited. Tickets online only.

Author of the photo - Anton Voronin
Author of the photo - Vladimir Golub
Author of the photo - Vladimir Golub
Author of the photo - Vladimir Golub