How to Photograph Your Art
Bruce Dunbar, photography instructor
PART A: Online presentation & discussion
Sunday, January 21, 2024, 1 – 3 pm (on Zoom)
• Discussion of lighting, white balance, image format, camera settings and lens use for both 2D and 3D artwork.
This part is a review of the workshop offered last winter.
PART A Fee: $25 MAG & RAC members / $35 Non-members
PART B: In-person photo practice
(limited enrollment for 15 people)
Saturday, January 27, 2024, 1 – 3.30 pm
at Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Ave, Rye, NY
It is recommended to have taken the Part A or the previous MAG photography workshop with Bruce. Be familiar with your photographic equipment.
• 2 stations for flat work will be set up for practice using natural light near a window
• 1 station for 3-D work
• 1 station using artificial light as was demonstrated in the previous workshop
PART B Fee: $30 MAG & RAC members / $40 Non-members
TWO-PARTS (A+B) Fee (discounted): $50 MAG & RAC members / $70 Non-members
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About the instructor:
Bruce Dunbar is a photographic artist who is interested in examining various processes of photography. He has been a photography instructor, teaching black and white photography courses and digital photography courses at the Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, CT since 1998. In 2012, Mr. Dunbar became an adjunct professor of Photography at Western Connecticut State University. He has also conducted photography workshops for the Art Explorer Program at Weir Farm National Historic Trust in Wilton, CT.
Mr. Dunbar holds a BS from Boston University, a MA in Photography from New York University and a MFA in Visual Art (Photography) from Lesley University.