There is a stark contrast between working from life verses working from a photograph. Whether you prefer landscapes, figure study, portraiture, wildlife, or even still life- Photography is a valuable tool, and should be considered a "Hi-Tech sketchbook” for all artists. When working from life is not an option, photography is ideal for capturing fleeting effects, to freeze action, lighting, or even color. This workshop will focus on understanding and getting the most from your photographic reference!
This course is part of the Central New York Watercolor Society Signature Series. For more information on the Central New York Watercolor Society click here
$120/$95 View or CNYWS Member (price includes lunch but does not include materials).
Space is limited, preregistration is required no later than Monday August 29, 2016.