Sunday Studio Demos
Join us for Sunday Studio Demos with local and national photographers sharing photographic processes and techniques you can employ at home. Topics include making cyanotypes, building a pinhole camera, and more. The Sunday Studio Demos are 45-minute presentations ticketed at $5. Registration is through individual inks below for each event.
Sunday, July 26, 3-3:45pm
iPhonography with Erik Gehring
iPhonography has quickly become an art form unto itself. This demo will go through some of the myriad features and apps that will help you explore your artistic vision with this 21st century device, and create instantaneous, spontaneous art that was simply not possible ten years ago. Erik will focus on the innovative and often hidden features of the iPhone itself, like Live, HDR, Time Lapse, and Portrait modes. Erik Gehring is a freelance photographer who specializes in trees and natural landscapes. He is the current Programming Coordinator at the Hyde Park Art Association, and he is a past President of the Boston Camera Club. His work has appeared in Yankee Magazine, AMC’s Outdoors, Northern Woodlands, the Boston Globe, the Boston Metro, the Cape Cod Times, E the Environmental Magazine, and other publications, and he has exhibited his fine art prints at galleries throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. Click HERE to register for this event.
Past Sunday Studio Demos:
Sunday, June 14, 3-3:45pm
Studio Demo with Suzanne Révy, sequencing photographs
A tight edit and a visual cohesive sequence can elevate a portfolio.
Looking at your work with an objective eye is difficult, and you have to be willing at times to reject some of your favorites in order to strengthen a portfolio.
On June 14th Révy pared down a large selection of images, and created a sequence allowing participants to see first hand how visual decisions are made in the process.
image courtesy of Suzanne Révy
Sunday, May 31, 3-3:45pm
Studio Demo with Stephen DiRado, lighting at home
Click HERE to see the video of the event.
Stephen DiRado is a photographer whose work is based on long-term documentary projects. He has received numerous fellowships, grants and awards throughout his career. His work can be found in museum collections across the country, including the MFA, Boston, MFA, Houston, DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA and the Currier Museum in NH.
On May 31st DiRado demonstrated improvised lighting techniques that can be accomplished using common materials found at home.
image courtesy of Stephen DiRado