A beautiful, informative and fun slide talk presentation full of tips & techniques for your photography.
Whether you are falling in love with photography now, or you’re picking up a camera again after a break, or even if you prefer to use your phone’s camera—guaranteed you’ll learn something.
We’ll cover basic concepts in making your digital photography images look great, concentrating on camera use techniques and tricks to photograph textiles, knits, clothing, handcrafts and processes, fiber & texture. We’ll talk about choosing backgrounds, colors, how to work with available light. The talk will also include how to photograph people—your friends, family, strangers—modeling your work, whether it be sewn, knit, woven or other media.
She Shoots Sheep Shots
Gale Zucker is a commercial & editorial photographer who happens to be a fiber artist, knitter and crafter.
She calls upon her two decades+ of professional photography experience for companies and magazines to solve any problem—technical or visual—that comes up. With “insider knowledge” as a knitter and narrative visual style she calls Real People in Real Places, she showcases fiber,
handknits, crafts, patterns and yarn. Her images have a fresh, colorful look with maximum appeal.
Gale is the coauthor/photographer of the knitting/fiber arts/ handmade lifestyle books Shear Spirit and CraftActivism, both from Random House. She also photographed the bestselling Mason Dixon:Knitting Outside the Lines, WearwithAll and just completed shooting a book tbp September 2016 for Random House with Kirsten Kapur and Mary Lou Egan coauthoring. Her clients also include Vogue Knitting, yarn companies and knitwear designers.
Gale has been teaching Photography for Knitters/Makers workshops on Interweave webinars, and atfestivals, events, guilds and yarn shops around the United States, since 2009.