8th October (Monday evening) 5.30 – 8.30
$50 including drink/nibbles
Good photos are essential to successful presentation of your woodworking whether its furniture, small objects or wood turning. Professional photographers are expensive and they don’t always know the type of details you would like to showcase. In this one evening class Michael will demonstrate and explain a simple way to take excellent photographs, even in your workshop. An SLR camera, point and shoot camera or a phone camera can be used in conjunction with the easily and inexpensively made light boxes that allow you to see exactly what you get in the photograph, no flash unit trials or shadows to worry about. Camera angles, lighting the inside of cabinets, producing highlights to emphasize form will be covered.
Master Classes are frequently available to assist students to move from project–based courses into opportunities for designing and creating their own work and developing complex skills.