WORKSHOP : March 24, 2014 — March 31, 2014.
CBD: Product Photography workshop – SOLD OUT
Please note this workshop has now sold out, keep your eyes peeled for more upcoming workshops.
24 March 2014, 18:00 – 20:00: ‘Large’ products*
31 March 2014, 18:00 – 20:00: ‘Small’ products** (SOLD OUT)
£15 (£10 concessions)
* ’Large’ products include flat artworks, textiles, ceramics, glass etc
** ‘Small’ products include jewellery (SOLD OUT)
Are you struggling to take the perfect picture of your products and artworks? Are you in need of a bit of photography confidence before selling your work online? If so, join us for one of our Product Photography workshops with Tristan Poyser.
In these two surgery-style workshops, Tristan will answer your photography dilemmas and give you some top insider tips to help you to produce quality photos of your work which show them off in the best possible way.
You should bring one example of your work to the session, as well as the camera you will be using to photograph your work. If you have it, please also bring your camera’s instruction manual. You will leave the session with the confidence and knowledge required to take your own quality product photographs.
The size of your products will determine which workshop you should attend. The first (24th March) will be aimed at medium and large products; essentially §anything which doesn’t require a macro lens. The second (31st March) is aimed at those working with very small products, such as jewellery. If you are unsure which to book onto, contact Kaylee on firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
This interactive and engaging workshop has been specially designed for makers as part of MCDC’s Creative Business Development sessions. These workshops respond directly to makers’ needs and aim to develop the skills and knowledge needed to maintain a healthy creative business. For more information, email email@example.com or visit www.craftanddesign.com.
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