Photo Editing & Retouching Workshop – (1) Sessions
Whether you want to photograph your own jewelry design for a web portfolio or you want to learn how to photograph jewelry professionally for a client, this 2-day workshop is for you. You will be guided step-by-step through basic DSLR manual camera settings to control the exposure and white balance in order to understand your camera’s creative power. You will learn how to shoot like a Pro directly (tethered) into your computer. Lighting for jewelry can be very challenging but it doesn’t need to be intimidating, you will learn different lighting techniques with flash & continuous light, understanding the quality and direction of light. Using different background materials, you’ll learn how to make creative decisions to make your particular jewelry stand out. Finally you be guided through the process of how to edit your photo shoot in Lightroom as well as Photoshop or Capture One software in which you can save your output files for print or web portfolio. By the end of this workshop you will be able to execute your future jewelry shoots on your own.
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Classes are held Saturday (1) sessions
April 14, 2018 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Price for this workshop $295.00
No refunds after classes begin.
About the Instructor: Janusz Kawa was born in Warsaw, Poland and studied photography and film at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has worked for many years as a fashion photographer in Paris and New York, and his photographs have appeared in major world publications such as French Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Australian Vogue American GQ, New York Times Magazine and Interview. He’s known for his portraits of world-renowned artists such as Morgan Freedman, Luciano Pavarotti, Ann Sophie Mutter, Louise Bourgeois, Daniel Day Lewis among others. He exhibits his personal work internationally and is faculty at The School of Visual Arts (SVA) and at International Center of Photography (ICP), as well he also conducts private workshops through PhotoRetreat. He is dedicated to providing students with strong technical skills, as well as the essentials of tapping into the creative spirit. To view his work visit: www.januszkawa.com