Highlights of 2008
Studio Lighting 101 Workshop: December 13. The studio offers many opportunities to broaden your photographic skills. This workshop started at square one, demonstrating lighting control for enhancing portraits and dramatizing products.
The Work of Ken Ragsdale Opening: November 7.
Matting and Framing Workshop: October 18.
The ins and outs of presenting your work, including dry mounting, matting, framing, and laminating.
Charise Isis Boudoir Workshop: October 25. Her techniques for creating seductive and sensual boudoir photography.
Special Burlesque and Halloween Gala: October 31 during Troy Night Out. V.I.P Burlesque and Boudoir Private Photo Event following.
Special High Dynamic Range HDR Workshop: September 27; conducted by award-winning master of the technique Robert Near. Included demonstrations, shooting, hands-on computer use.
Introduction to Photoshop Elements Workshop: August 14; We broke down the overly complex and simplified it to be practical for everyday use.
Bananafish, a new short film: Independent filmmaker Frank Ciatto, actor/screenwriter/director, presented his latest film on August 29.
Ultimate Lighting Challenge Workshop: July 17; the unique ins and outs of using an array of lighting possibilities from constant bulbs, daylight, to mixed and strobe lighting.
Scavenger Hunt: Here was a great opportunity to show off your creativity with the PhotoCenter’s First Photo Scavenger Hunt. Space is limited
How To Pose Your Model on Location Workshop: July 26; Participants worked with two models with guidance to solve the challenges.
How To Pose Your Model Workshop: June 12; Director Katherine Wright repeated this ever-popular Workshop.
Figure Study on Location Workshop: June 14, an on-location investigation of the body in nature. Models were provided.
Photo Presentation Workshop: June 19; unique ways to present your photos from matting and framing to the beginnings of bookbinding by Director Katy.
Movie Night: June 23; Katy and Lady Night celebrated Katy Wright’s birthday and Lady Ostapeck’s current major exhibition in Finland.
How to Shoot a Model on Location Workshop: June 28; models to work with throughout the day.
“Explore Troy” — a working walking Workshop: May 8 We visited the photogenic highlights in the vicinity of the Photo Center.
“Projection” Workshop: Thursday, May 15, 6:00–9 p.m. Innovative ways to depict the body.
Painting with Light Workshop: April 3, taught by Nick Argyros and Katherine Wright.
Buying a digital camera Workshop: April 10 taught by Photo Center staff.
How To Pose Your Model Workshop: April 17, taught by Katherine Wright.
Workshops: The Photo center hosted Workshops every Thursday by master Photo Shopper Jim Craner.
There were two sessions for an introduction to digital processing:
These were followed by two sessions for specialized functions:
There was another event on March 27 when Jennifer Gardner conducted a Workshop on Polaroid Transfer and Emulsion Lift.
Travelogue on Tuscany: Tips on Travel Photography presentation by Photo center staff.
Studio Lighting for Portraits Workshop: Member Scott Haller, recent graduate of extensive Workshops on portraiture, shared his experience.
Photoshop Alternatives: Demonstration by Photo center staff.
Printer Control Workshop: Conducted by experienced master printers Jim Craner and Frank Bumbardatore.