A critique by an experienced photographer is an important step in the evolution of your art and craft. It will point out aspects of your technique that are working well, and identify those areas that could use improvement. Prints are preferred, but if you don’t print (or have prints) you may bring digital images, you must provide your own laptop—please have your images ready and in a separate folder for viewing. Bring a maximum of 12 images.
You will register online or by phone, then you will be contacted by the STW staff for you to choose an available time slot.
Workshop Session Details
Wednesday, March 7th, 2018
8:30 to 9:10 or
9:15 to 9:55 or
10:00 to 10:40 or
10:45 to 11:25
(Times still available for Thursday)
Tickets are SOLD OUT.
Please call us to be placed on the waiting list.
Mark Citret has been a photographer and photo educator for over 40 years, specializing in architectural and landscape photography. His work is represented in prominent galleries and in the collections of major museums across the US. In the 1970s he lived and photographed for 2 years in upstate New York, creating a body of work published in the book Halcott Center: a Catskill Mountain Valley, with an introduction by Ansel Adams. His other books are a retrospective monograph: Along the Way (with an introduction by Ruth Bernhard), and a Monterey Museum catalogue: Signs Taken for Wonder. Some other projects he has worked on over the years are “Architecture in the National Parks” (1980s), “Coastside Plant”, a huge construction site in the southwest corner of San Francisco (1990-’93), and for the last 12 years has been documenting the construction of the University of California San Francisco’s Mission bay Campus. He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.