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Photographing 2D/3D Artwork

Photographing a Sculpture

Jennifer Barrows
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Pendleton West Rm 310

Registration opens Monday, April 2 @ 12:00am

Blog post on this workshop
Guest blog post on this workshop by Ali Crank, Class of 2011
View all images from this workshop on Flickr

Photographing 3-D Artwork Workshop Photographing jewelry Live camera view Photographing an Architectural Model Photographing an Architectural Model

Photographing an Architectural Model Photographing a Sculpture Live camera view Photographing 3-D artwork Workshop Photographing 3-D artwork Workshop

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Workshop Description
This workshop will demonstrate how to shoot and edit digital images of 2-D and 3-D artwork. An essential skill for any studio artist or architect, these images are important for graduate school applications as well as ongoing documentation of one’s work. Participants are invited to bring one sculpture or model for an afternoon of  lighting, photographing, and manipulating images in Photoshop to create strong portfolio photography.   This will be a hands-on workshop with the goal of each participant coming away with the ability to photograph the rest of their portfolio using Wellesley College Art Department materials, lighting and equipment and their new knowledge and experience.

Instructor Biography
Jen Barrows is the Technology Support Specialist for the Jewett Arts Center at Wellesley College. Jen holds a Masters of Fine Art in Studio Art from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University, where she primarily worked in photography and video performance. Her current body of work deals with the formation of the American identity through the lens of pop culture including Nascar, Rocky Balboa, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy.


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