Saturday, March 15th, 2 - 4:30pm
at the Lake Country Art Gallery
Join Lynda Miller for a workshop on How to Photograph Your Artwork at the Lake Country Art Gallery on Saturday, March 15th from 2 - 4:30pm where she will show you how to construct a “Do-It-Yourself” photo setup that anyone can duplicate and use at home. She will discuss just what you need to get a great photo of your artwork, as well as topics like: lighting, resizing your images, etc. Following the talk and demonstration, you will have a chance to photograph your own work, under Lynda’s astute supervision.
After learning Lynda’s photography set up, you will see just how easy it is to create a photo of your artwork that you’ll be proud to submit anywhere.
$25 for members, $30 for non-members
Participants are asked to bring a camera and a piece of artwork they would like to document. Lake Country Art Gallery members with work in the Members’ Exhibition, are welcome to use their piece in the exhibition to photograph.
For more information and to register, please contact the Lake Country Art Gallery - 250-766-1299 / email@example.com
Now retired in Kelowna, British Columbia, Lynda Miller has been working with Photoshop for 12 years. She is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and has attended many professional development workshops, including Image Explorations on Vancouver Island and Jeremy Sutton, a Painter Master in San Francisco. She enjoys helping others of all ages discover the possibilities of photography, and what is possible with their images using Photoshop CC, Photoshop Elements and Corel Painter.
Using her knowledge combined with the immense versatility of these programs, her favorite projects include: creating delicate artistic flower images from x-ray film, and blending photographic images together to get an image that speaks to her artistically.
In conjunction with editing photographs, she is actively involved in professional printing, both her own images and others for gallery shows. The past few years Lynda has been exploring various methods of transferring digital images onto different substrates. She has travelled to Boulder, Colorado twice for workshops from one of the pioneers of digital transfer processes, Bonnie Lhotka. Since then, she has presented a number of transfer workshops in British Columbia at conferences and clubs.
Lynda served as President of the Central Okanagan Photographic Society in Kelowna for three years. Currently she is serving as the District Rep for the South Interior Pacific Zone of CAPA. As such she is the liaison between Photo clubs from Kamloops to Osooyos and each year visits them to pass on CAPA news, events and benefits and to gather information from the clubs that might help the Pacific Zone and CAPA better serve every one’s photographic needs.