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Fine Art Black & White Photography

Keywords: webinar, ron_rosenstock

In our 13th webinar with Ron Rosenstock, held 28-SEP-2021, he speaks about the three main ingredients: Attention, intention and awareness - being present to the moment, feeling the balance of the image before you make the exposure and also being open to unexpected gifts.

Minor White called it “pre-visualization.” Ron will share his process of "bringing out the final print from an untouched RAW image to achieve what I originally pre-visualized."


Image by Ron Rosenstock

About Ron
Ron Rosenstock is the 2021 winner of the North American Nature Photography Association award for Fine Art in Nature Photography. Ron has been a professional photographer for more than fifty years, with a specialties in fine art, travel, and nature photography.

Ron's photographs are in the collections of the Peabody Essex Museum, The Fogg Art Museum, Worcester Art Museum, The International Center of Photography and numerous private collections. He’s been honored with over 100 exhibits in the United States and Europe and has been a member of the U.S. State Department Art for Embassies program since 1998. Ron has published six books of his photographs.

Presently Ron is a frequent lecturer to social, community and professional groups as well as an international photo tour leader in Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, Morocco, Italy, Japan, Scotland, New Zealand, and domestically locations such as Vinalhaven, Maine.

Ron studied photography with Minor White from 1967 to 1973 and Paul Caponigro from 1969-1971. He has subsequently enjoyed a long friendship with both photographers. He then started teaching photography at Clark University in Worcester, MA while establishing his photographic career. Ron retired from Clark U. in 2000 in order to continue his teaching through workshops and international photo tours. For more about Ron, and to see his work, visit his website

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