Join us for a presentation designed to change the way you think about Digital precision and the hazy world of Analog.
Presenters: Justin Lin Kathy Rugh Lucia Rollow
Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
For some of us, growing up in an analog world and seeing it rapidly shift to a digital one has been an exhilarating, and sometimes overwhelming, journey. As digital cameras have taken dramatic leaps forward in just about every area imaginable, one is left to wonder what is the role of analog film these days. Is film obsolete? Are the days of film over?
Before attempting to answer this question, we should first look at the differences between Analog and Digital, in terms of quality and characteristics (some highly subjective!), as well as their process, feel and cost. Each medium has a “”look”” and the gap between the old and new technology in terms of that look is still quite significant. Join us for a presentation designed to change the way you think about Digital precision and the hazy world of Analog.
Justin Lin was born in North Carolina and has lived in New York for 20 (!) years. After years shooting fashion editorial and advertising, Justin opened BKC to build a stronger photography community through accessible education. Now in its 8th year, BKC has had the sincere privilege of guiding thousands of everyday New Yorkers toward their creative goals and dreams.
BKC is a photo, video and creative education center established in 2011 and located in the heart of Dumbo, Brooklyn. We’re founded upon the idea of learning by doing, whether it’s hands-on classes in studio lighting, rediscovering the analog darkroom, unleashing the potential of Lightroom or just how to use your DSLR, our smart and simple approach and awesome teachers help students learn something new, build on their creativity, and expand their goals.