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Tuesday 13 April Advice Clinic: Easy Smartphone Object Photography


April Advice Clinic: Easy Smartphone Object Photography

Learn how to take captivating imagery that tells your story as an artist. Photographs that convey emotion and create impact. In this Advice Clinic you will learn how to capture and promote your work using nothing but your smartphone and an array of easy to use special purpose applications. Learn how to frame, style, and compose content with your target audience and social media presence in mind.

Date: Tuesday 13 April 2021. 
Time: 6-7 pm 
Where: Online Webinar
Price: Free for Craft Victoria Members
$20 for Non-members
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This workshop will operate as a Zoom webinar. All you will need is a smartphone or a computer with a camera and microphone, and access to the internet. Participants will be sent instructions on how to attend closer to the date.

This Advice Clinic is hosted by Craft Victoria’s Sarah Weston and will teach participants all the practical tips and tricks to capturing great images using only your smartphone! Sarah’s Advice Clinic also includes a Q&A session so participants can harness her extensive knowledge on styling and shooting craft works. This Advice Clinic requires all participants to be familiar with the functions of their smartphone.

  • This Advice Clinic will help participants to :

    • Frame, style and compose content

    • Learn photography tips, tricks and useful tools

    • Create impactful imagery

About Sarah Weston

A creative and business strategist, photographer, writer and curator, Sarah Weston is passionate about celebrating our creative communities and the ongoing contributions of craftspeople and artists to contemporary culture. 

Working with Craft Victoria for the past seven years, Sarah’s unique skills and experience have led her to nurture government projects and corporate clients, as well as supporting and mentoring local makers and small businesses.

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