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Photographing Your Work with John Raleigh

| | December 4, 2017

  • Photographing Your Work
    February 20, 2018
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Every artist is now faced with creating digital images of his or her artwork for a website, social media posting, show entry, or application to a creative organization. In this workshop we will focus on practical solutions to achieving good results with commonly available materials and lighting sources. Participants will learn how to recognize a good result and overcome common problems associated with the process. Topics will include parallax correction, color correction, eliminating shadows and highlights, use of varying lighting sources, and various kinds of equipment available to aid the artist. Digital image sizing will be discussed and demonstrated and digital image formats and resolution will also be reviewed relative to submitting images to organizations and shows. Participants will have a chance to participate in a hands-on practical exercise to support topics discussed in the workshop. The goal of the workshop will be to help participants to understand the various elements that contribute to successful artwork photography and be able to apply what they’ve learned.

January 23, 2018   or   February 20, 2018
7:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.
Members $20, Non-members $25
All Levels Welcome

Click to download Class page

About the Instructor

John Raleigh has been a photographer for roughly 40 years and is now head of website development and photographic services, and co-owner of Raleigh Design.  His digital imaging experience is used both in building the websites and in creating perfectly color balanced Giclée prints for artists. As a fine art photographer John has participated in many group and one person shows and his pinhole photography and prints have received international recognition. John has a B. A. from U. Mass. Dartmouth and extensive management experience in the high technology industry. He and his wife Sarah live in Newburyport and, whenever possible, on small islands in Maine.




Venue Phone: 978.465.8769

Venue Website:

65 Water Street, Newburyport, Ma, 01950, United States

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