Finishing and Presentation
How many of you have images you’ve created on film or on pixels that are just sitting as a file on your computer or in a negative sleeve in a binder? You’re not alone, but for an image to truly become a photograph, it needs to be finished. That means at least printed, and, better yet, over-matted, framed and hanging on a wall.
If you’d like to bring your images out of hiding and give them some life, join Alan for an information-packed hour of hands-on demonstration for spotting, correcting glitches , mounting and over-matting your images. With a limit of 5 participants, there will be plenty of time for questions and anything else you need to feel more confident about finishing up your images and making them photographs.
Limited to 5 participants. $50 per person. Sixty minutes.
Thursday, March 18, 4 – 5 pm, MDT.