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Lecture Series – The Informed Eye: Richard Zakia’s “Perception and Imaging”

January 22, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

By: George Schaub

Members Free

Non-members $10

Join us in the Palm Beach Photographic Centre’s Studio (2nd Floor)

The inspiration for this talk stems from Professor Richard Zakia’s seminal work, “Perception and Imaging.” Illustrating the lecture with his own images and Zakia’s words, Schaub will discuss how the book reveals the principles of human visual perception and ways in which they can be brought into play when making images. Mindfulness about content and composition and guiding the viewer’s eye is important, but carrying equal if not greater weight is an awareness of the potential spiritual and psychological power of an image.  Zakia, one of the great photographic teachers of the 20th Century, explored these matters in his books, classes and workshops and can lead you, as they did Schaub, to new ways of seeing and creating engaging and personal imagery.


George Schaub is a photographer, author, editor and teacher of photographic and printing techniques. He was Adjunct Professor at the New School in New York City for twenty years and lectured and taught at numerous workshops in the US and abroad. Author of over twenty books on photography, he served as Editorial Director at Shutterbug and Petersens Photographic and Executive Editor at Popular Photography magazines. He currently serves as Vice-Chairman of the Technical Image Press Association. His most recent exhibits include “Parsing Sign and Image” at the Art League of Rhode Island gallery, “Discovering America” at the New Britain Museum of American Art, and “Three Visions” at the Taos Historic Museum in Taos, NM.


January 22, 2020
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


George Schaub

Member Price


Non-member Price


Registration at the door: Members must bring their current membership card to attend free , All others pay $10.00 at the door.


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West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States
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