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Learn How to Use Your Digital Camera with Lia Rothstein

Mondays from 6-9 pm. March 5, 12, 19, 26, and April 2. Limited to 8 students. Five sessions, 3 hours each=15 class hours, $300

Are you puzzled by all the features on your digital camera? Terrified by the manual? Learn what the dials and menus mean on your camera and how to use them effectively in this popular class. Topics to be covered include image resolution, file formats, storage media, ISO, white balance, color spaces, sharpening, metering systems, histograms, exposure compensation, shooting modes & so much more! Since it’s spring, we’ll be able to go out shooting around the Tip Top Building to try out camera settings. We’ll also look at the work of famous photographers and assess what makes their work stand out and how they use composition and photographic technique to achieve what they want to say in their images.

Photoshop Elements Basics Class Using Elements 10 (the current version) on a laptop (PC or Mac) with Lia Rothstein THERE ARE TWO SPOTS LEFT IN THIS CLASS.

Wednesdays, 6-9 pm, starting April 4 through May 9 (no class May 2). Limited to 8 students. Five sessions, 3 hours each=15 instructional hours, $300

Learn how to work with your photographs and digital files in this class using Photoshop Elements. We’ll cover downloading photos from your camera, managing and organizing images, color and contrast correction using Levels and Curves, working with layers, sharpening, basic digital retouching, and much more!

To register, contact the Gallery by emailing photostopvt@gmail.com.

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ANNOUNCING……… a workshop with exhibiting artist Amy Thompson Avishai

Documenting Family and Friends

Saturday, April 14 from 11-4 and Saturday, April 21 from 11-5, $200.

How does access, intimacy and knowing your subject affect image making? How can we make photographs of children and others close to us that transcend the snapshot? Students will photograph their family and/or friends while exploring emotion, relationships, context, and what it means to incorporate themselves into the work.

This will be a workshop over two days to allow time for creating new photographs.  On the first day (4/14), we will view and discuss the work of prominent photographers who have photographed their families.  Students should arrive the first day with no more than 10 photographs they have previously made of their families or friends.

On the second day (4/21), students will bring an edited collection of images made over the week.  We will review and analyze each student’s photographs as we consider composition, approach, meaning, emotional impact and other elements that make a compelling image.  We’ll also discuss the challenges and advantages of photographing people we know. Students should have a good working knowledge of their camera equipment. Photographs can be shared digitally or as work prints.

Contact the gallery to register by calling 802.698.0320 or emailing photostopvt@gmail.com.

Amy Thompson Avishai is a Boston-based photographer and instructor of photography at Mass Art. She will be exhibiting images made during a year she spent in Morocco documenting the education of Muslim girls under a Fulbright grant at PHOTOSTOP from April 7-29 in a show titled Within These Walls: Educating Girls in Rural Morocco. The opening reception is Friday, April 13 from 5-8 with a gallery talk by the artist at 7pm.

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New Fall Classes

Learn How to Use Your Digital Camera with Lia Rothstein

Tuesday evenings from 6-8:30 pm. Nov. 8, 15, 22, 29, and Dec. 6. Limited to 8 students. 12.5 class hours, $250

Are you puzzled by all the features on your digital camera? Terrified by the manual? Learn what the dials and menus mean on your camera and how to use them effectively in this popular class.

Topics to be covered include image resolution, file formats, storage media, ISO, white balance, color spaces, sharpening, metering systems, histograms, exposure compensation, shooting modes & so much more! Since it’s early fall, we’ll be able to go out shooting around the Tip Top Building to try out camera settings. We’ll also look at the work of famous photographers and assess what makes their work stand out and how they use composition and photographic technique to achieve what they want to say in their images.


How to Work With Online Publishers (Print on Demand) to Create a Book of Your Photos and/or Other Artwork with Lia Rothstein

November 5th (date change) 10-4pm Limited to 10 participants. $125

Learn how to work with online book publishers to create your own book of photos or artwork. Whether you have family photos or a portfolio of your latest art or photo work, in this class you’ll learn strategies for creating a beautiful book you can use for gifts, clients, or your next exhibition. We’ll cover how to work with the best online publishers, designing your book, working with typefaces, color management of the images, and many other topics. The timing of this class is designed so you’ll have plenty of time after the workshop to create a book and have it printed in time for holiday giving!

Lia Rothstein is PHOTOSTOP’s Director and has been a photographer for over 30 years. She teaches classes in art centers and colleges throughout New England.

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Above photo: Nantucket, 2010 ©Neal Rantoul

Neal’s website is: http://www.nealrantoul.com/ .

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Seeing with New Eyes with Carla Kimball

May 8, 4-7pm and Wednesday evenings 5/11, 5/18, 5/25, & 6/1 from 7-8:30 pm
9 instructional hours, $175, limited to 8 students, A materials list sent upon registration.

The advent of the digital camera has made photography much more accessible to everyone.  But what do we take photos of?  Snapshots of friends and family? Scenic views? Beautiful sunsets?

In this class we’ll learn look at the world differently. Drawing on contemplative photography practice and influenced by the Buddhist Miksang approach to photography, we’ll discover the beauty and mystery in the ordinary.  This is not a technique class, although we might touch on technique as we seek to refine an image.  This is not a composition class, although we might consider small tweaks to an image to improve its composition. This IS a class where you’ll practice becoming quiet inside so that you can truly see what’s in front of you and discover the wealth of imagery that’s always right there if you just pay attention.

During the first (3-hour) session we’ll do a series of exercises with and without the camera to help you begin to look at the world differently. For the remaining 4 sessions we’ll review images you bring in to class in response to thematic weekly assignments.  During the final session we’ll invite friends and family to a slide show of each persons favorite images from the class.

Carla Kimball has a degree in Counseling/Psychology and a specialization in Expressive Therapy. As a long time practitioner of the contemplative arts (meditation, tai chi, yoga), a facilitator of group experience, and a photographer of ordinary things, Carla has experienced the power of photography to quiet the mind.  Two years ago she began a daily photo blog, not only as an vehicle for sharing her photographs, but also as a venue in which to practice crafting good questions and deep thought.

Learn How to Use Your Digital Camera with Lia Rothstein

Thursday Evenings: June 30, July 7, 14, 21, and 28, 6-9 pm
15 class hours, $300

Are you puzzled by all the features on your digital camera? Terrified by the manual? Learn what the dials and menus mean on your camera and how to use them effectively in this popular class.

Topics to be covered include image resolution, file formats, storage media, ISO, white balance, color spaces, sharpening, metering systems, histograms, exposure compensation, shooting modes & so much more!

Since it’s summer, we’ll be able to go out shooting to take advantage of the long days. We’ll also look at the work of famous photographers and assess what makes their work stand out and how they use composition and photographic technique to achieve what they want to say in their images.

To register or for questions: call PHOTOSTOP at 802.698.0320 or email us at photostopvt@gmail.com

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