Photographing Your Makes
How your designs are portrayed visually online and in print will make a huge impact on the success or failure of the pattern. With fewer opportunities to get up close and personal with design samples at shows or in yarn stores, photos take on an even bigger role.
This course will cover the basic principals of taking, editing, storing and exporting photos for print and online publications.
You don't need a DSLR or other high end camera, a phone camera will be fine.
This course can be bought individually for £75 or as part of our Self Publishing Bundle with Photographing Your Makes, Lay Out and Design and Charting Crochet Designs for £250. To get the discount, simply add all 4 courses to your checkout.
After purchasing the class you will receive an email from the address email@example.com entitled "Welcome to learning with The Crochet Project"
with the login information you need.
This course is available to work through at your own pace, watch and rewatch the content whenever you like. On purchase you'll be invited to join our special facebook group if you wish to ask questions or discuss the content.
- Getting to know your camera
- Light and shade and its impact on textured fabric
- Posing Tips and Tricks
- Styling your makes
- Basic Editing Workflows
- Exporting for Print and Web
Kat Goldin is a professional photographer whose photos have appeared in Mollie Makes, the Guardian, Ideal Home, Simply Crochet. She has photographed multiple books for Kyle Books and is the Crochet Project's Art Director.
All of our patterns are sized from XS to 5X. We also include guidance within our patterns for altering to fit different body shapes. And if that's not enough, check out our free guide to making garments that fit.Download Our Free Guide →
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