I have exciting news! I’ve been asked by San Diego Continuing Education to teach two classes on Photographing Jewelry this spring and summer. The first is a series of three sessions from 9 am – 12 noon on successive Saturdays, May 14th, 21st, and 28th. The second series (also three sessions) will be in late July and early August.
With nine hours for each class series, we’ll have time to go through camera basics and settings, studio set-ups and lighting, and at least a good solid beginning for digital photo-editing.
The classes will be held at the West City Center Campus of SDCE. They actually will be in the same room where Deb Jemmott teaches metalsmithing, which I find inspiring. For those unfamiliar with SDCE procedures, there’s no pre-registration. Just show up the first morning. It’s first come, first served. The fee should be pretty minimal. I’ll have more on this soon.
I’m excited. My aim is to help jewelry artists do a better job of shooting their work. I hope to see some of you there!