Aspiring photographers get a chance to explore portrait photography in a professional studio environment from award-winning photographer Jeff Ross through the Nevada Museum of Art.
Taught at Ross’ studio, the Studio Photography: Portraiture class allows students to work with live models and experiment with various qualities of light, including natural and artificial, framing and composition and variations in the photographic environment. Students examine the work of photographers such as Arnold Newman, Karsh, Platon and others. Participants can sign up through the Nevada Museum of Art at http://www.nevadaart.org/shop/productview?pid=1480.
Ross has been a commercial, editorial and fine art photographer since 1981. Having studied at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, he apprenticed under some of the leading photographers in Los Angeles, CA. Based in Reno since 1984, Ross now uses the latest in digital technologies. In 2012, he received a TELLY Award for KNPB’s “The Work of Art,” a program that was also nominated for a regional EMMY. For more information, visit www.JeffRoss.com.