Capture Your Quilt's Beauty
Let’s face it — you can have the most beautiful quilt, but the quality of your quilt photograph may not give it the justice it deserves. The quilt photo can make the difference between getting into juried shows and receiving a “thank you for your interest” email. Bringing out the beautiful detail and color can be effortless with the proper photography toolset. Having entered several juried exhibitions herself, your course instructor Vicki Conley has a strong understanding of what makes a good artwork photo.
Learn five hacks for taking high-quality photos of your art quilts in this class. Vicki guides you through the process of capturing your quilt in the best possible way from start to finish. Begin with taking a photograph itself; learn about image composition, using a laser level, setting up your camera, and what makes good lighting. Easily resize your pictures in Photoshop, photo editing software, with step-by-step instructions.
What you will learn
Prepare your quilt for the best photograph with tips on placement and composition
No professional photographer needed — make the most of your own space to take quality photographs
Get to know equipment such as camera and laser level
Lighting tips and tricks for high quality image
Learn to resize your photos to meet your needs in photo editing software
Includes access to course videos, downloads, the Creative Spark private community, and discussion with your instructor. Your course content does not expire.
Capture Your Art Quilts Like Vicki!
Photographing Your Quilts
Quilt photography success in five easy steps
Welcome to the course!
1 Video 1 Text
Chapter 1: Equipment and Building Design Wall
Chapter 2: Hacks For Great Quilt Photos
6 Videos 1 Text