[F]rom early paintings of the industrial landscape to the reinterpretation of the developed place in expression of the self, images of the man-made environment have been intertwined in our quest for discourse through the photograph. This workshop will offer participants an insight into the use of cityscapes in photography and how the man-altered landscape can describe us as much as we are describing it. Participants will be given a historical primer in the landscape in man’s presence, shown a variety of interpretations of the man-altered landscape, offered several uses of intent in photographing the city, and encouraged to discover what they have to say about the city itself.