Sequencing Techniques for Photographs: Concepts and Workflow
© Kai McBride
Mini-Workshop
 

Sequencing Techniques for Photographs: Concepts and Workflow

Dates: Sunday, Oct 16, 2022
Time: 12–1:30pm (ET)
Sessions: 1
Fee: $35
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Placing our photographs in pairs and sequences, whether displayed on a wall or in a book, is a powerful way to suggest connections and provide context for your viewer. But how do you best approach creating a meaningful structure for these sequences, and how do you get started?

In this 90-minute workshop, Kai McBride has taken elements from his popular photobook class to provide a quick dive into a practical approach to creating complex sequences. Participants will be introduced to key concepts of sequencing, shown illustrative examples of how pairings can alter the meaning of their work, and learn a simple workflow that they can start using immediately. This is an interactive session and lively discussion is encouraged.

Mini-Workshops last about an hour and may have higher enrollment than our other classes.
 
I would like to thank you for a great course! It’s really going to help me move my way forward, although I'm not ready yet to be able to publish a whole book. What made this great was the amount of effort, time and thought you put into it, especially given the short duration. I have enjoyed and learnt a lot from the two courses I have taken with you and I will keep my eye open on Studelmedia for other courses you may be giving.
—Brendan (Mexico City)
Kai's class was brilliant — he's such a good teacher and I hope he does more classes for you. He was so organized with the content and assignments and he left us with some outstanding resources. Wonderful to have met him and I loved rediscovering Black and White photography. Brought me back to the days as a teen in my parents’ basement, developing my own photos on our washer and dryer!
—Jennifer (Monaco)


Kai McBride
Kai McBride

Kai McBride is a photographer, musician, teacher, and avid cyclist who recently uprooted from Brooklyn to sunny Santa Fe, New Mexico. He spent the last ten years teaching photography and managing the photo facilities at Columbia University, his alma mater, where he received an MFA in 2008.

Born on the island of Kauai in 1972, by his 18th birthday Kai had lived in California, Oregon, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Texas, Oahu, North Carolina, and Massachusetts. He sharpened his powers of observation while adjusting to life between suburban ranch-style homes, cabins with no running water, and a 20-foot teepee in the field of a commune.

His photographs have been exhibited in museum and gallery exhibitions, and are held in public and private collections. His first monograph, About Face: Picturing Tampa, was published by SPQR Editions in Fall 2016.

Kai teaches black and white photography, photobooks, and more for StrudelmediaLive.