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How to Photograph Your Art – Advanced


A 1-Day Class
Sunday, June 25th
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Ages 16+

If you’re looking to take your artwork documentation skills to the next level, this advanced photography class can provide you with specialized knowledge and techniques. In this class you can expect to learn the following:

Advanced Camera Techniques: You will learn more camera techniques, such as using a tripod, polarizing filters, and multiple exposures, to create more complex and detailed images.

Advanced Lighting Techniques: You will learn advanced lighting techniques, such as using softboxes, reflectors, and diffusers to create more dramatic and professional lighting setups. You will also learn about color temperature and how to use it to enhance the colors in your artwork.

Workflow & Post-Processing: You will learn how to edit and adjust exposure, contrast, remove blemishes, and sharpen your images using Adobe Photoshop. These techniques can help you create flawless images of your artwork that accurately represent their colors and details.

Overall, this class will provide you with the knowledge and techniques to take your artwork documentation to the next level, create professional-quality images that truly showcase the beauty and detail of your work, and help you get juried into exhibitions you have only dreamt about participating in.

Special Offer for BSA members! Active BSA members are eligible for the CEPA members prices for the class, as well as the Photo Studio. Include a link to your BSA profile in the order notes and select the option CEPA Members.

Workshop Location

CEPA Gallery

Limited Availability

This workshop is limited to 8 students

Dates & Times
June 25th, 2:00 – 6:00 PM
SKU: N/A Category:
Additional Information
Register for the Class

Non Member: $360.00, CEPA Member: $300.00

Meet the Teaching Artist

Meet the Teaching Artist

David B. Seide
Associate AIA, ASMP Chicago/Midwest President Emeritus, Buffalo Society of Artists Board of Directors

David is an architect-turned-photographer. With over three decades of experience, he’s worked globally as an Assistant, Associate and Staff Photographer. In 2000, he founded Defined Space, his own architectural photography studio in Chicago. His clients include architects, designers, manufacturers, contractors, P.R. and marketing firms, realtors, artists, and publications. David’s work has been featured in various publications and design competitions worldwide.