Learn how to shot with Zone Plates
Zone Plate with Bryan WhitneyCenter for Alternative Photography (36 East 30th Street) Map it $495
Romantic and ethereal, Zone Plates create soft and diffused images that are all about light. Once you have used a Zone Plate you learn to see in entirely new and unexpected ways. Like the pinhole, a Zone Plate is not a traditional lens. The image is formed by diffraction through a “bullseye” pattern printed on a small, clear disk, miraculously creating a focusable image on film or a digital sensor. Since Zone Plates gather more light than a pinhole, it can be used hand-held in bright light and can make interior images with reasonable exposure times.
Price: $395 + $100 materials fee | Members: $355.50 + $100 materials fee
Registration Deadline: Friday, September 27th