Photographing Your Woodturnings
Kim Dailey, Steve Hatch and Brian Libby will share their knowledge of photography and how to take good photos of your projects.
We all like to share photos of our woodturnings but sometimes they don’t do justice to the piece. Is it the wrong angle, too much light, not enough light, too close?
You do not need to spend big bucks on a high tech set up to take quality pictures! An expensive digital camera is not even needed. A simple point and shoot digital will work just fine. For very little cost you can set up a “photo tent” and take very good photos to share on social networks, through email, the internet or where ever. Sometimes just a little post processing will great improve the quality of the picture.
Dirigo High School Woodshop
February 11, 2015 – 6PM