Monday – February 4, 2019
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Steve Dembo is a native of Baltimore, MD and has been a photographer for as long as he can remember. He received his B.A. from Towson University and an M.F.A. and College Teaching of Art Certificate from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). He is an adjunct professor of photography at the Community College of Baltimore County and has been teaching college level courses going on ten years. In addition, he is a competition judge, lecturer, workshop facilitator, tutor and mentor. His photographic work has been critically acclaimed and has garnered numerous competitive awards and accolades, having appeared in national publications, juried exhibitions, and recognized by National Geographic. Most recently, his work was selected for Black & White magazine’s 2016 Annual Single Image Contest. His publications include The Two Faces of a Fair and (UN)LIMITED Access. He was the owner of The Easton Gallery of Photographic Arts, which he closed at the end of 2014 to better pursue his photography and teaching endeavors.
During his presentation “Blur: One blurred image is a mistake, more is a style.”, Steve will delve into the process of capturing motion discussing techniques such as freezing, blurring and panning. It’s all in the shutter! Members are invited to bring their cameras for a hands-on demo.
To see Steve’s work, visit https://www.dembosphotos.com.
Visitors are welcome to attend the seminar.