Working in the studio using various backdrops, props & surfaces, learn to style and photograph food, flowers and found objects & create captivating still lifes. Design concepts, natural light, color & texture, equipment, camera techniques and post- production using Lightroom will be covered. Students will start off working together on a group still life, creating the set and learning the decision- making processes involved before branching off to their own tabletop. Lessons learned can be applied towards personal work as well as commercial assignments.  A field trip to a local farmers market to scout for great subjects will start off the two-day studio experience.

All levels are welcome. Bring a laptop for editing (with charger), a camera you are comfortable with (extra battery and cards), tripod, cable release, and macro lens. If you don’t have these items, the school can provide you with a variety of lenses, tri-pods & cameras. 

Instructors

Lynn Karlin

Lynn Karlin is an award winning commercial and fine art photographer whose work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, Design New England, Gardens Illustrated and others. Sole photographer of three books and winner of the Still Life category for the Margaret Julia Cameron Award, her work is widely exhibited and collected.

© Lynn Karlin

Course Dates

Sep 9 to Sep 10

Tuition

$450

Class Size

12