With the recent success of our first TTV workshop, we have scheduled a second one at Heirloom in Claremont!
During this workshop you will be given a vintage twin lens reflex camera to build your capture contraption™. Next we take a photo walk to learn techniques for shooting with this unique medium. Together we review each students images and provide photoshop tips for editing and printing. Each student gets a tlr camera, all materials needed to build their capture contraption™, and a print of one of their photo walk images.
Contact Heirloom to register today. Space is limited.
Everyone who takes the workshop will receive a vintage Kodak Duaflex TLR Camera and all materials required to build their own TtV Capture Contraption™. We will build them on the first day and shoot with them on the second day. Tips and techniques on working with your TtV photos in Photoshop will be demonstrated and everyone will get a digital print of one of their photos.
Workshop will be held at Heirloom in downtown Claremont. Go to heirloomclaremont.com for more info and to register.
Join us at Heirloom in Claremont on January 28th and 29th for a 2 day hands-on workshop featuring the tools and techniques to achieve classic "Through the Viewfinder" photography. On the first day, we will be building Capture Contraptions using vintage Kodak Twin Lens Reflex cameras. On day 2, we will be putting them to use and learning the unique techniques required to take "true" TtV photos. Digital manipulation techniques using Adobe Photoshop will be demonstrated and each attendee will get a print of one of their images. Every workshop attendee will receive a vintage Kodak TLR camera and all tools and materials required to build their contraption will be supplied. Contact Heirloom for registration information and come to the store to see Julie's TtV images on display!
First I want to thank everyone for all of your sweet comments that you left. They are very much appreciated! Very much!
I asked my daughter if she could pick the winner for me. She was so excited you would have thought she had won something.
We printed out all of the comments and put them in her handmade hat.
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Thank you again very much for playing along with me. I loved doing this giveaway and listening to all of your wonderful comments.
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Visit my new ETSY SHOP - HALF MOON ART STUDIO and view the TTV prints I have available. Choose your favorite 8x8 print and tell me which one it is by leaving a comment on this post. I will pick a winner by random drawing from all comments that have been left by 9pm (Pacific Time) on the 15th of March. Winner will be announced om March 16th. Check back to see if you won and if you did, send your shipping address to email@example.com
Sorry, this giveaway is limited to US and Canada only. Shipping is included. Thanks for your participation!
I got my artists copy of SOMERSET digital studio today! If you want to know how to create these cool "Through the Viewfinder" (TtV) vintage style photos, you can order it from Stampington now or pick it up at your local bookstore or newsstands on March 1st!
Somerset Digital Studio Spring 2011 showcases some of the best digitally-created artwork from around the world, including scrapbook pages, ATCs, collages, and much more.
See my feature article on Through The Viewfinder photography and learn about this fabulous technique that combines the look of vintage photos along with todays digital technology. Featuring step-by-step Photoshop instructions and a tutorial on how to build your own TtV Capture Contraption.
Whether you’re new to the world of digital artwork or are an experienced veteran, you’ll find pieces to spark your creativity in this eagerly-anticipated, 144-page issue.
Please come to my gallery show reception on Saturday, August 28th from 5:30 to 8:30pm. It will be at Studio Claremont in the Historic Packing House building in downtown Claremont, California. I will be displaying a variety of my art in different mediums, and I will have some of my new TtV photo images as well. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!