I am very excited to be able to announce here that I will be co-teaching an Architectural Photography Master Class at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, April 14-20, 2013.
The class will be taught by three of the most prominent of US architectural photographers: Steve Rosenthal, Nick Wheeler and Peter Vanderwarker. Also, we will have help from two very talented young photographers, Mercedes Jelinek and Elizabeth Ellenwood as studio assistants.
Don' t miss this opportunity to work with some of the acknowledged masters of late 20th and early 21st century architectural photography. They will share their careers with you and critique your work in group and one on one sessions. We will use nearby Asheville, NC for our on site shooting. For more information go to: Penland
Or contact me directly Neal Rantoul
This one below by Steve Rosenthal:And this as well, from a long term project of Steve's of New England Churches:
The Hancock Tower in Boston by Peter Vanderwarker:and a house on Martha's Vineyard (Peter Vanderwarker Photography):This one and the next are by Nick Wheeler, who's been working on a long term project photographing the Badlands in South Dakota:
I am honored to be able to teach with these three men.
My role? I will facilitate, instigate, question, guide where needed and assist the group in any way I can.
Do I photograph like they do? Hardly, but I have always been interested in buildings, how they are situated in our environment and particularly how they decay.
The above from the Peddock's Island series. Peddock's