Julia Anna Gospodarou

Fine Art B&W-Architecture Photographer

The Art of Creating B&W Photography – Sculpting the Light in Post-Processing with Photography Drawing™ (PhtD™) Processing Method

*Extra Fee, À la Carte
Saturday, April 27th, 2019
10:00am to 4:00pm

Learn how to create gold-award-winning B&W fine art photographs from multi-award-winning photographer Julia Anna Gospodarou, by using her original conceptual and post-processing method, Photography Drawing™ (PhtD™), method based on applying the artistic principles of working with light and shadow using a classical drawing and painting techniques to any subject in digital B&W photography.

Get an insight into the secrets of this method that have brought distinctions and recognition to hundreds of B&W photographers worldwide. In this popular workshop, that regularly sells out almost instantly, Julia Anna will teach you how to use the language of light and shadow to communicate with your viewer by capturing their imagination and making them an active participant in the story that your image tells.

This workshop provides both a theoretical basics and a practical processing demonstration from start to finish, presented by the creator of this method herself, directly on her award-winning work.


Multiple award-winning internationally acclaimed photographer, accomplished architect, author and highly sought-after educator, teaching workshops and lecturing around the world, Julia expresses herself artistically through a variety of mediums: architecture, drawing, and photography.

IPA International Photography Awards Professional Architecture Photographer of the Year, World Photography Awards & Hasselblad Masters Finalist, winner of more than 80 prestigious international awards and distinctions, Julia is considered a leader in contemporary Black and White Fine Art Photography.

Julia is the founder of (en)Visionography™, an artistic movement aiming to define a new way of creating fine art photography. (en)Visionography introduces the concept of “total artistic freedom” in photography, which brings it closer to the idea of art. A new and original concept, (en)Visionography has rapidly gained worldwide recognition and more and more artists eager to create authentic personal art start approaching photography in this way every day.

This theory reflects in her personal creative and processing method, Photography Drawing (PhtD™), a method based on the interaction of light with shapes and objects and how this can be translated into an image by using the principles of classical drawing.

The concept of (en)Visionography™ is best illustrated in the recognizable three-dimensional dark and atmospheric style of her black and white architectural images, a style and approach introduced by Julia and that has been an example for many photographers in the 21st Century, bringing them recognition, awards and a career in fine art photography.

Julia was one of the first artists working extensively with digital photography, after having worked for years with analogue photography, who became aware and publicly spoke in her books, articles, lectures and workshops about the need to see digital photography as a new discipline, independent from traditional analogue photography, due to the fundamental differences in the way they are experienced and created.

This new discipline, which she called (en)Visionography™, is the response of photography to art in a time when photography benefits from tremendously evolved technical resources, never before experienced.

Julia’s mission is to make this huge potential known and available to everybody through the concept of (en)Visionography™, so each photographer can become an artist by using these tools at their full power. She accomplishes this with her original method of teaching that has helped hundreds of students over the years go from having a passion for photography to becoming the successful artists they dreamed of being.

Author of the best-selling book From Basics to Fine Art – Black and White Photography – Architecture and Beyond, a book that quickly became a reference for the black and white fine art photography community, Julia’s aim is to push the boundaries and to innovate with her work, so to create a new aesthetic in photography.

Published internationally in numerous books and magazines, Julia’s photography can be found in many private collections worldwide, and her work is endorsed by major photography and software brands internationally.