Artwork Documentation Workshop | Copy Stands, Batch Edits & Color Correcting
Arts & DIY
As a visual artist, the importance of high-quality art documentation cannot be overstated. To help empower our community to have the best slides possible, Spudnik Press has added a professional camera, copy stand, and light kit to our shared resources available through Open Studio!
Not sure how to use these fancy tools? This workshop will bring you up to speed on how to use a DSLR camera (or your phone), copy stand, and Adobe Lightroom to efficiently and effectively document your own work.
We’ve invited Adam Schachner, a professional photographer, and Latitude’s Lab Director, to educate artists on the ins and outs of how to document their own work, be it flat or dimensional.
Students will learn how to use the copy stand coupled with a digital camera “tethered” directly to a computer with Adobe Lightroom. In Lightroom, you will learn how images can be batch edited to adjust for color balancing, warping, sharpness, and more. Typical and simple Adobe Photoshop techniques for doing more local image adjustments will also be shared.
The hands-on workshop will review simple hardware and software troubleshooting as well as how the copy stand’s continuous lights can be used for documenting books and zines.
Participants will work collaboratively to take high-quality digital photographs of their own artwork. Each student should bring about five artworks, and expect to leave with 1-2 edited images ready to be published online or included in a grant or residency proposal.
Up to 5 artworks ready to document.
All ages welcome
Camera, stand, lighting, Adobe Lightroom.Cancellation Policy
Founded on the premise that art should be a democratic and empowering medium, Spudnik is committed to being an approachable and affordable print shop where professional printmakers merge with aspiring students; a space that encourages collaboration and the sharing of ideas.