Photographing Art Works, One Day Workshop , Canberra 16 March

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.

More info

http://events.craftact.org.au/2015/03/02/portraits-of-a-tea-cosy-one-day-workshop-with-mark-crocker-photographing-art-works/

Desiree from Pretty Funny Tea Cosies & other beautiful knitted things by Loani Prior, published by Murdoch Books.

Desiree from Pretty Funny Tea Cosies & other beautiful knitted things by Loani Prior, published by Murdoch Books.

Brisbane on Parade

I was commissioned by Feral Arts  to shoot Brisbane on Parade 2,000 performers, cosplayers, organisations, associations, groups, troupes, dancers and prancers. The Parade  was apart of the  G 20 Cultural Program.

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A Prayer for Peace

I was commissioned by Feral Arts  to shoot A Prayer for Peace at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane with great performers William Barton, Tenzin Choegyal, Maggie  and  Tyrone Noonan with Camerata of St John’s.  This concert was apart of the  G 20 Cultural Program.

 

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Simon Kelly

I have been  doing photography for Simon Kelly's website. Yesterday I did some shots of Simon conducting  training for foster carers for Queensland Department of Child Safety at Brisbane Convention Centre.

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