Light and Shadow, The Art of Photographing Jewelry, Beads & Glass
Doug is a professional product photographer and glass artist. After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Photography) degree from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, he opened a commercial photography company. Since then he has created photography, designed websites, and produced videos for a wide range of clients from individual glass artists to Fortune 500 corporations. Doug has taken up flameworking after classes with Bandhu Dunham, Dolly Ahles, Laurie Nessel, and Kim Osibin. His love for all things glass has widened to include glass fusing, slumping, sand carving, casting, neon and plasma sculptures. Doug’s teaching experience includes sold out Photography and Photoshop classes at the Bead & Button Show, ISGB Gathering, Glass Craft & Bead Expo, Sonoran Glass School, Tucson Bead Show, Blue Moon Glass (Austin) and at the Mesa Arts Center (Arizona).
Currently not available.
Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: February 2, from 9:00am to 4:00pm
DSLR cameras with interchangeable lenses (18-55mm "kit" zoom is acceptable) and manual exposure are recommended along with a tripod. A macro lens for the DSLR is helpful for small glass and jewelry items. Pointand-shoot or fixed lens cameras without these features are inadequate, will not perform as needed for creating professional work and are not recommended. Students should bring 16-20+ art pieces to the class to photograph. Also bring notepad, pen or pencil. For additional information, to register and purchase your seat for the class go to http://www.dougbaldwinphoto.com/tucsonbeadshow.html or email
which date & class you are interested in. You can also call 480-221-0990.
Credit cards and Paypal are accepted.
Fee: $185, includes the use of two light boxes and background paper during class, 6 hours of instruction and help with your camera and lighting. Fee must be paid in full at time of registration and all seat sales are final.
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