Dodging and Burning is the salt and pepper of photography. It isn’t a new technique; it’s been around for over 100 years. It’s not the camera or lens that makes the image interesting, it’s dodging and burning. Without it photographs seem lifeless, flat, and just aren’t worth looking at. If you have taken my printing class, we briefly went over it in week three, and you saw how your images came to life. Now we’ll spend three weeks on it. This is an interactive class so I ask if you could email me an image to work on in class and we will be reviewing the progress we make on them. Also, I will be working with a Wacom Cintiq so if you have ever wondered what it is like I will be giving feedback as we go along.