Wednesday, 14 August 2013

The Quilt Photography Workshop


Plum and June are holding a monthly Quilt Photography Workshop which starts off on August 25.

Basically it is for all of us who feel somewhat challenged with taking photos of their work and aims at improving our blog photography -the quality of our photos, the composition, the use of lighting, the variety, limiting the amount of post-editing etc.

The first link up is on August 25  and is all about taking photos of fabric...any fabric...your stash, favourite fabric or anything else to do with the fabric you are using. Actually I usually already struggle with this alone...this could be embarrassing.


Karin

3 comments:

  1. You can't tell it by looking at my blog (I put up a lot of cell phone snapshots), but I'm a pretty good photographer when I try. I bet you'll find that a good light set up will go miles to getting better photos. When I'm "trying" I always use a light tent for smaller items. It makes a world of difference. Here's a commercial set-up, but if you google a bit you can find all sorts of DIY setups.

    http://www.cowboystudio.com/product_p/square%20tent%20kit.htm

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  2. I hear ya, Karin! I, too will be taking part in the link up. But am hesitant because of my poor photography. But that's the whole purpose, I guess. To learn! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I would love to join I .

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