35 page PDF
Have you ever wished you could capture the details of your WIP or FO so you have it documented?
Or maybe for:
- Knitting Paradise
- To send to your family or friends
Well, if so, then, this set of tutorials and videos is for you! At just $65, it may seem like a high price to pay. But, you’re getting the ability to document your crafting journey. It’s like splurging on a few skeins of yarn. You owe it to yourself.
What’s In It?
The big thing is the PDF! I’d rattle off the entire contents but it’s HUGE. Here’s a sampling though:
- Your garment and accessories
- Location and camera choice
- Lenses and camera settings
- Light and Lighting Modifiers
- Point of View
- Working with a Model
In addition, you get 6 videos on photography and 5 on editing in a variety of applications.
The Photography Ones (so you can see it in action)
- Self-portraits, cables and lighting modifiers
- Open shade and colorwork
- Cloudy weather and Point of View
- Cross lighting, back lighting and cables
- Fun, laughs and mixed lighting
- Lace and backlighting
The Software Ones (watch her take pics from earlier in the series and edit them)
- Editing in Instagram
- Grey Card and Batch Editing
- Retouching in Action
What can you Learn from It?
There’s SO MUCH to learn from this! The PDF alone is worth its weight in gold. I’m totally not a video person, but I ate these up. They were SO interesting and full of information – all from a professional photographer who’s also a knitter herself! These aren’t just a generic Stand Like This, these are relevant and knowing for the fiber arts!
It covers things like photographing red yarn (and anyone who’s tried this knows the challenges of red yarn), shooting with both a traditional camera and an iPhone, adjusting for white balance – and comparisons for all of them!
I can’t say this strongly enough – this is GREAT information that you’ll even use when taking pics for your non-crafty adventures too.
Is this for Me?
If you’re a knitter or crocheter – then YES. How many times have you tried to capture the beauty of what you’re working on, only to be met with frustration and annoyance?
If you’re a designer – then Double YES. You want to entice people with your designs. And, you want to capture them in interesting ways for the pattern.
I know this comes out to a YES for almost everyone who’s reading this, but really – it’s that good. It’s chock-full of information that I’ve never seen all together in one place. While I’m sure it’s all on the internet, this is all together and here for you now.
Just do it.