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April 20 | 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Instructor: Lynne Damianos
Saturday, April 20th
All Levels / 18+
*Please bring your own camera
Class Size: Min 6 / Max 12
Cost: $100

Do you wonder why the color and brightness of your photographs don’t match your artwork? Do you need better images of your work for a portfolio or exhibit submission? Learn how to photograph your art with more accurate, professional results. We will demonstrate each step involved, even with only the most basic camera. Lighting, white balance, camera angle, lens polarization and appropriate focal length will be covered. You will leave with a foundation for successful photography of your artwork.

The workshop will take place in a gallery setting, giving participants the opportunity to learn to take effective installation shots as well. Basic knowledge and familiarity with your camera (whether SLR or point-and-shoot) is required.

Bring your camera and fresh batteries, camera manual, and tripod if you have one plus a 2-D or 3-D work of art to photograph (optional). Handouts will be provided.

Lynne Damianos specializes in photography of buildings/interiros, artwork/products and people for business. Her personal photography includes NatureScapes and BuildingScapes, which have been exhibited throughout New England.

An active educator, Lynne presents a wide variety of photography
seminars to professionals, students and companies. She has published two of her own books, and now helps other authors get published.

Lynne earned her BS in Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology. She was a national board member of the American Society of Media Photographers and past president of the Commercial Industrial Photographers of New England.

Thank you to our sponsor MutualOne Foundation! 

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