Free Demonstration on How to Photograph 3-Dimensional Objects on April 23rd

Are you tired of your 3D objects not looking as impressive in photos as they do in real life? Do you struggle to capture the intricate details and textures of your 3D creations? Look no further, because we have the perfect solution for you. Join us for an upcoming demonstration on how to photograph 3D objects and take your photography skills to the next level.

Jennifer Rose and Sheri Whetstine, artists at the Blue Whole Gallery will be demonstrating how to photograph 3-dimensional objects on Tuesday, April 23rd from 1-3pm. The public is invited and attendance is free.

Whether you are an artist, a hobbyist, or simply someone who loves to showcase their 3D creations, this demonstration is for you. Jennifer and Sheri, both amateur photographers, have worked through the challenges of photographing their own artwork for use on webpages and as entries into art shows. During the demonstration, they will share what they have learned.

Jennifer is a jewelry artist and uses macro effects in her photography. Sheri, a glass artist, has learned the best techniques to photograph objects without glare and reflections using a phone camera. Both artists insist that the results be true to color.

Mark your calendars and don’t miss out on this informational and quite possibly humorous opportunity to elevate your photography skills.

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