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Tell Your Story Through Photos of Your Work
May 19, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Get tips on how to photograph your art and creations with an experienced professional commercial photographer! Quality photographs can be taken in your own studio and used for National and International Museums and galleries, online and offline product catalogues, grant and residency applications, advertising, etc. Participants will learn about lighting, camera settings, and setting up your own photo studio at home in this two-part workshop. Sign up for one day or both!
Presented in partnership with Monadnock Area Artists Association
Workshop lengths may extend beyond 2pm – this presenter loves questions, interactions, and group participation.
Talk with interactive demonstration
Sat.10:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
The first day Charley will set up his equipment, lights, camera, iPad or phone, drapes etc. He would like participants to bring a piece of their work to be photographed. Participants should be ready to take notes on how to better photograph work. Learn to use the equipment you have and how and where to find or make upgrades inexpensively.
Application: Bring your setup to Charley for feedback
Sun. 10:00 a.m. 2:00p.m.
Bring all the equipment you have to photograph your art, some of your work, Extension cords, Lights, light bulbs, your camera, iPad or phone, backdrops, boxes, easel to hold your art, and any props you’d like to use. This is the day you set up and learn to set up better. Charley will give suggestions on how to improve your lighting and set up with a professional eye for style. Remember don’t leave until you have asked all your questions – this presenter LOVES to give you all the information you need!
This event is sponsored by C & S Wholesale Grocers & Richard Guerriero
About our presenter:
Charley Freiberg has been a commercial photographer since 1980. He regularly photograph for almost 300 artists and craftspeople around the US including our very own instructor, Paulette Werger. His other clients include: McGraw-Hill , IBM, Brookstone catalog, NCR (National Cash Register), NEC (Nippon Electric Corp.), Walker Power Inc, and over 200 other small, medium and large businesses.
He has traveled around the US, Europe, and the Caribbean for clients, including: Stahlman Engineering, Hinckley yachts, Boating, Yachting, US Travel, Travel South, Fine Woodworking, Home and Garden, and other magazines. He has photographed somewhere around 60 magazine covers for publications such as: Rod and Reel, Byte Magazine, Popular Computing, Yankee, New Hampshire Profiles, Fine Homebuilding.
In addition, Charley has been photographing for historic documentation consultants for nearly 20 years. You can see some of the work on the Library of Congress site or gracing the back rooms of most New England state archives.