Friday, May 28, 2010

Learn to Photograph Your Artwork

Edna Davis is offering another great, inexpensive workshop:

Photographing Your Artwork
Sunday, June 27, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Tyme Gallery17 West Eagle Road
Havertown, PA 19083-2204
(610) 853-1215
Stop paying other people something you can do yourself. Let the photographs of your artwork look as good as your work. Learn how to photograph your art for less money than you would pay someone to shoot it. Let John Benigno take you through the simple steps.
John A. Benigno is a fine art photographer. Recent exhibits of his work include showings in the Art of the State Exhibition hosted by the State Museum in Harrisburg, the Lancaster Art Museum, the Art Association of Harrisburg, the University of Delaware, and the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey, to name a few.

John's work is represented in many collections, including the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum, the Woodmere Art Museum, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Halifax, the Lancaster Museum of Art, The Noyes Museum, the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas in Austin, and the State Museum of Pennsylvania.

The class will cover:
  • inexpensive lighting equipment and how to set it up
  • if you're using film, which film to use with your light source
  • using a tripod
  • which lenses are best
  • squaring up your art with your camera
  • backgrounds
  • shooting through glass.
Check out John Benigno's photostream on Flickr. Call Edna Davis at Tyme Gallery to register: 610-853-1215.  You must pre-register with your payment.

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