Fuse33 Makerspace
A shared workshop that transcends the conventional notion of a makerspace

Elevate your craft projects with our Introductory Photography for Makers workshop. Designed for DIY enthusiasts, this class teaches you how to capture stunning photos of your creations. You’ll learn the basics of camera settings, lighting techniques, and composition, tailored specifically for photographing handmade items.

Through hands-on practice, you’ll discover tips for showcasing textures, colors, and details to highlight your work.

By the end of the class, you’ll have the skills to create professional-quality images that enhance your online presence, portfolio, or sales.

Suitable for all skill levels and types of makers.

In Explore Photography for Makers you will learn:

  • Understand the basic camera functions and settings.
  • Learn how to properly hold and stabilize a camera for clear, sharp images.
  • Gain knowledge of different types of lighting and how to use them effectively in photography.
  • Learn how to compose visually appealing photographs by considering elements such as framing, balance, and perspective.
  • Understand the importance of proper exposure and how to adjust settings to achieve the desired effect.
  • Learn how to use depth of field to create a sense of focus and depth in photographs.
  • Understand the basics of post-processing and how to enhance images using editing software.
  • Learn how to capture small, intricate elements in photographs.
  • Learn how AI can be leveraged in planning and editing.

Tools Required: You will require a cell phone with a working camera.
Materials Required: You are welcome to bring a product, or project that you would like to photograph, but this is not required.

Explore Photography for Makers

Skill Level: Entry Level Class (No prerequisite required)
Target audience: 18+
Session Length: 3 hours
Cost per Person: $85

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