Learn To Select Your Best Work

Description:

This is the constant comment we hear from nearly every artist and photographer. How do I possibly edit and select my best images? Through examples and looking at others and your own work we will constructively look, share and review images so that you have a much better idea of what works, what to look for and what to make a note for yourself when you are back out there shooting, or trying to review and critique and select your best work with confidence. This class will fill quickly, so sign up early!

*Prerequisite- Students must bring in prints of their work, or their own laptops with their images loaded. Please bring in no less than 15 images, and no more than 25 images to class.

Dates: Wed-Thur, August 8-9, 2018

Times: 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Fee: $105.00

Location: Large Photo Exhibit Room

*Last day to register is one week prior to the start of class.

Jason Andrescavage

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Friday: Closed
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Sunday: 11am-6pm

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Friday: Closed
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