Brit Hammer launched her online class in August and I am happy to report that Photographing Fine Art & Craft is quickly becoming popular among artists for a reason: It works. She’s teaching another session of the class in November and I don’t want you to miss it!
In this class Brit teaches you how to take photos that capture the essence of your art, how to curate those images and “how to craft a visual story for use in magazines and other publications.”
Before on the left, After on the right
As someone who views art on the Internet I need to be WOWED to go further than the Home page. Lure me in with your images.
Students in the Photographing Fine Art & Craft class report that they are learning much more than how to take pictures to the WOW stage and how to tell a story with images – they are, as one student said, “learning to shoot from the heart.”
Heba Barazi is learning quickly – see what she has to say below and read more testimonials here.
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Heba is learning, learning, learning!
“Brit’s approach to teaching artistic photography is systematic. She broke down the process of capturing images into small steps that I can understand. In just a couple of weeks, I made a whopping leap of progress. I am so glad I joined her class. Thank you Brit!” – Heba Barazi
Brit created a video of top ten tips for students in my website building class and she has graciously allowed me to share one of the tips with you today. Watch the video for one of her Top Ten Tips for Photographing Fine Art & Craft. Want the rest of her tips? Sign up for the class (there’s even a discount for DAM readers!)
Recently, as I videotaped a series of website audits, I reminded each artist that they shouldn’t rely on text to tell the story of their work. It likely won’t get read by many people.
Let your photos tell the story of your art. Let Brit show you how to tell a story with your images. Really.
Stay tuned for more from Brit – and watch for a collaboration between Brit and daMuse in 2013. I look forward to sharing more of her student’s work in future posts.
ps. The class is designed for a DSLR camera. Shooting on automatic because you don’t know how to work with the settings on your camera? Brit can help with that too – check out her newest online tutorial, DSLR Photography for Beginners.