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Making Accurate Photos of Your Art Workshop Aug. 3

Making Accurate Photos of Your Art 
Photography Workshop
Taught by Bruce Rosenstiel  

Saturday, August 3, 9:00am-3:30pm
Founder’s Building, Grapevine


Presented by the Grapevine Art Projecthttp://www.grapevineartproject.com/

GAP Members $50
Non-members $75
Minimum number of attendees 6

Price includes Lunch.

Who Should Attend?
Any artist who needs to create accurate, attractive photographs of their art for galleries, exhibits, shows, or selling on-line should take this class.

This class is geared for and appropriate for both 2 and 3 dimensional artists.

This 6-hour hands-on workshop will cover setting up you art to reduce distortion, using natural and artificial light to bring out details, setting your camera to get the best, most accurate image, and processing your image to make the best impression.

The workshop will start with an overview and discussion of the essentials; color profile, white balance, depth-of-field, exposure, picture style, RAW vs. JPEG, and more. Regardless of your camera brand or style information will be provided for you to optimize your camera settings.

We will discuss reducing glare and reflection and bringing out the color and depth of your piece.

We will demonstrate the proper settings and technique with and without artificial light and/or lightbox, and then work with each of you to set-up and assist you with capturing an accurate, crisp image.

Once your image is captured in the camera, we will upload the image, process it with software for accuracy, sharpness, and size, and prepare it for emailing.

Materials to bring to get the most from the workshop; camera, camera manual, easel or something to hold or support your work, one of more pieces of art, tripod, and Laptop with processing software (Adobe Lightroom 4 or 5 recommended).

Please confirm your presence to
Bruce Rosenstiel at brosenstiel5993@gmail.com

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