Access our collection of media that go over the basics of photographic art. Learn what you need to know in order to begin or transition into fine art photography.
As photographers we love looking at photographs. Quite often we instinctively know what we like and don’t like about an image. But can we articulate this in words? Why is this important? Understanding and speaking the language of the photograph is an essential skill as a photographer.
Join Hudson Valley landscape photographer and Canson Infinity ambassador Robert Rodriguez Jr in this basic introduction to fine art digital printing. Learn about the art and process of producing a fine art print, including color management, file processing, inkjet technologies, ICC profiling, and paper selections.
Framing does more than just enhance the look of your artwork; if done properly, it protects it from damaging elements. Hilary explains some of the key materials and provides tips on how to frame your original works of art so they will last a lifetime. Information on all the products in this video can be found at Blick Art Materials www.dickblick.com
In this video I walk you through matting and framing a fine art photograph including talking about the supplies and tools I use in my print studio.
In this episode we will look at the other side of professional photography and examine how making a living as a fine artist works. Primarily we will be looking at this from a gallery perspective.
Throughout Photographic History, there have been very different Art Movements, each with its own style and purpose. Through these Movements we find diverse photographic techniques, aesthetics and ideas offered. In this class, we will look at several Art Movements in the history of Photography, the photographers involved in each, and examine the visual style that pervaded each Movement.
How do you, as an artist, stay unique when you are confronted with thousands of images each day? How do you know that what you create is truly yours and not influenced by others? Look inside! Dig deep into your own emotions and translate this in an image. It isn’t easy and you just might not like what you find. But the results are honest, authentic and unique pieces of art.
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