A Local Photographer Shares His Knowledge
Thorney Lieberman began his professional photography career in 1970 and spent 20 odd years in New York shooting architectural images. Then after a 12 year stint in Colorado, he and his wife moved to Charleston in 2005.
After the Sago mine disaster in early 2006, Lieberman was moved to put a face on the coal miners who work in a predominantly faceless industry. The result was a project called America's Coal Miners. The images Thorney created are deeply moving, poignant, and certainly revealed the human side of men and women who risk their lives everyday in obscurity.
With a desire to share his knowledge of photography, and more specifically digital photography, Lieberman now offers workshops on beginning digital, Photoshop, and Lightroom editing software.
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Location: Kanawha County, West Virginia
Address: 1514 Virginia Street East, Charleston, WV 25311
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