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FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING
with Tyler Darden
Food photos require special preparation to keep them from looking like mush. Learn fundamental food photography lighting technique to make clients and customers hungry! In this workshop, professional food photographer Tyler Darden will go over one and two light set-ups, food styling and proper camera technique to get you making drool-worthy photographs in no time. *Students should have a working knowledge of manual camera shooting & should supply their own DSLR or Mirrorless camera.
LIGHTENING FAST LOGO DESIGN
with Alex Teschel
Time to get your branding on! Come with a few sketches, ideas and any visual inspiration and let’s make your mark in our digital lab. Using Adobe Illustrator, we’ll get it done quick and you’ll leave with a design.
Supply List: All provided. Bring your laptop if you have Illustrator on it.
PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
with Drew Storcks
In this workshop, photographers will learn proper editing workflow within Photoshop.Topics discussed and demonstrated will include file organization, RAW image editing, color-correction and grading techniques, contrast adjustment, negative dust removal, batch-image processing and more. Both digital and film photographers are welcome!
*Students should bring their own laptops with Photoshop installed (any version of PS is fine). Students should also bring their images to edit.
DREW STORCKS grew up in New Jersey and studied photography at The University of Vermont, where he also worked as a digital lab assistant in film scanning and printing. Now a 'Ginian, he is one of Studio Two Three's Darkroom Managers, and shoots primarily in large format. Drew is also a video editor, musician and taco lover.
PUT IT ON A TEE!
with K B
SO many reasons to take this class. You could advertise your new bizness with logo tees! Your slogan! Band merch! Your art! Bring your own design (or use one of ours) and learn how to print your own t-shirts on our cool spinning t shirt printing gadget. You’ll learn basic screen printing techniques and get right to it by printing your design on 10 shirts like a pro.
Supply List: Email a PDF of what you’d like to print to firstname.lastname@example.org the day before class. And bring 10 t-shirts to print on.
KB studied photography and print media at Old Dominion University. She prints custom t-shirts and textiles and in her spare time, she likes to eat guacamole and play Galaga. She’s a fluent dog whisperer and volunteers for Richmond’s Elbow Room, an inclusive collective aiming to create encouraging spaces for under/misrepresented individuals.