The development of digital photography and inexpensive speed lights makes high quality reproduction of artwork accessible to non-professional photographers. This workshop is to teach high quality artwork reproduction. The key is knowledge, practice and efective workflow.
The workshop incorporates:
- Camera set up
- Shooting with natural light and speed lights
- Lighting setup for 3D, 2D including works
- Image capture for correct exposure and white balance
- Introduction to Lightroom software
- Importing files into Lightroom adjusting colour, tone and sharpening
- File cataloguing and management
- Exporting files for online and print
By the end of 6-hour workshop the participants will be able to work independently and have practiced a full run-through of set up, image capture and editing. Detailed workshop notes will be provided.
Date: Monday 16 March, 2015
Duration: 10am – 5pm (with a one-hour lunch break from 1 – 2pm).
Location: Photography and Media Arts Department, Australian National University School of Art, Ellery Crescent, Acton, ACT.
Number of participants: maximum 8
Weekend workshop fee: $150 general public; discounted rate for students and Craft ACT members $100. Tea and coffee provided, please bring your own lunch.
Bookings and enquiries: Gwenyth Macnamara, Curator of Public Programs, Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre – phone: 02 6262 9333.