Crafting a Photograph

Instructor:  Jim Kosinski

  • Thursday Afternoon
  • 1:00 – 3:00 pm
  • Class Limit 12
  • Class Full, registration closed

Craft: verb; to create with skill and careful attention to detail.

This workshop is intended for those who have basic photography and photo editing skills. We will explore in depth the entire process of bringing a photograph to life, from working with different subjects and light to using cameras, scanners, editing software, preparing images for use on the internet, and printing. Directed photo shoots during class time will give you a deeper understanding of just how to envision and joyfully carry out your creative ideas.

Class limit 12

Jim Kosinski has been a photography educator for decades, having taught classes and workshops at colleges, schools, art centers, and museums throughout the Northeast since the 1970s. His presentations on “good humor with a camera” are ongoing at a variety of organizations in Mid-coast Maine. He invented the Merlin Paintcan Pinhole Camera that is used in photo and art classrooms throughout the world.