6630 Manasota Key Road
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This participatory workshop will investigate the essential elements of creating aesthetically pleasing photography, both in color and black and white. His topics will include composition, light and shadow, exposure, and practical techniques. Stay and enjoy the beach afterwards.
In 1973, Los Angeles-based photographer Ken Papagan had his first exhibit in the lobby of Polaroid’s corporate headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1975, he was awarded a fellowship to pursue his master’s degree in photography and cinema at The Ohio State University, where he subsequently taught photography. In 1977, Papagan began a successful, 30-year career in television as a writer, director, and producer. In 2010, he left his career in mass media to return to his first love—photography. Today, he continues his work with documentary, experimental, and abstract landscape photography.