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Digital Dilemmas: Basic Photo Editing – Smartphone
April 27, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Workshop: Digital Dilemmas: Basic Photo Editing
- Smartphone Session: Wednesday, April 27, 5:00 – 6:30pm at the Artists Archives. REGISTER FOR SMARPHONE SESSION
- Desktop/Laptop Session: Saturday, April 30, 1:00 – 2:30pm at the Artists Archives REGISTER FOR DESKTOP/LAPTOP SESSION
Limit: Limit of 10 per workshop. Registration required.
In today’s increasingly digital art world, it can be easy for artists to feel left behind. Not everyone has access to the same opportunities and resources, yet museums and galleries rely on digital portfolios and online calls for entry to make big decisions about what they display and who they promote.
This April, the Archives will host two free, basic photo editing workshops to chip away at the digital divide. Digital Dilemmas: Basic Photo Editing will teach artists how to prepare photos of their work for online sharing and submissions, including how to crop, skew, resize, and perform simple image enhancement. Held in a small group format, the workshops will provide thorough, hands-on instruction by industry professionals and a support team of skilled teaching assistants.
Sessions will be offered for both smartphones and desktop computers using free, publicly accessible software. On Wednesday, April 27, 5:00 – 6:30pm, join photography wizard Ryn Clarke and learn the magic of basic photo editing on your mobile device. Clarke, who has taught smartphone editing workshops across the country, will share her knowledge in an accessible, easy-to-follow format. Attendees will be given instructions how to download the free software, which is compatible with both macOS (iPhone) and Androids operating systems.
Space is limited to 10 per workshop. To attend the free programs, register using the link below. Prior the events, tips on how best to prepare will be sent to registrants via email. Questions always welcome!
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is a proud Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities ALL means ALL verified organization. We are willing to accommodate all people including those with special needs. Closed captions and live transcriptions will be available during the virtual program. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional considerations.
About Instructor Ryn Clarke: Ryn is a visual artist, photographer and educator from Cleveland, Ohio. She embraces both her iPhone and digital SLR cameras and considers it a gift to be able to share what she has learned. Ryn experiments with different photographic techniques in her image making, including elaborate nature compositing, photopolymer gravure, encaustic & hand-colored photographic prints and also holds workshops in both beginner and intermediate iPhone workshops around the country. She is on the board of The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio and a past president of the Cleveland Museum of Arts’ affiliate group, Friends of Photography. She is past Zone X Photography Representative for The Garden Club of America. She holds a fine art degree from Marymount University. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally & internationally and is held by private, corporate & medical collections throughout the United States. She is represented by The Bonfoey Gallery, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio and Wilder Nightingale Fine Art in Taos, NM. www.rynclarkephotography.com