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Digital Photography – with Kirk Williamson
October 21, 2017 - October 22, 2017$175 - $200
Saturday & Sunday,
October 21 & 22,
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM.
$175 RAA&M Members /
Registration Deadline: October 14.
This two-day workshop starts with a discussion of digital photography and how it has changed the way photographers approach the medium and show their work. The workshop will then focus on making images around Rockport during the first day. Mr. Williamson will be working with students on subject selection, framing and composition as part of this teaching workshop. Participants will have the option to stay later in the day for sunset on Rockport’s western shore. Students are encouraged to edit their work (if possible) before meeting in the morning to begin day two of the workshop.
Sunrise on Cape Ann is spectacular and all who would like to can gather early on T-Wharf so we may view the sunrise from another location on day two. After sunrise the light is incredible in October for some early morning light work. After a quick breakfast at a local coffee shop we will head back to the RAA&M for a session on pulling your images out of your camera and editing in Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. A discussion on image storage will take place and then we will go into printing the final image.
The fall color in Rockport at this time of year is great and there are several areas which give us some great views. So come join us for a great two days of digital photography.
All levels welcome. A list of suggested materials will be provided in advance.
Registration Deadlines: Participants must register by the listed deadline – one week prior to the workshop.
Cancellation policy: Up to 7 days prior – any payment minus $50. Tuition will not be refunded after this 7 day period. This policy is strictly enforced.
To register, you may pay: online (see below); by phone 978.546.6604 with a credit card; or by mail with a check made payable to Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main Street, Rockport, MA (please put the name of the workshop in the Memo).