CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

If you are a naDA member and would like us to list your digital art class or workshop on this page,
please submit all information here and email image to info@nationaldigitalartists.org
We only accept submissions from naDA members and member organizations.

Further Adventures in Drawing on the iPad with Barbara Braman on ZOOM

Saturdays, March 27 and April 3

11:30am - 1:30pm

$100 members / $130 non-members

 

In this workshop we go beyond just drawing on the iPad and explore some new options for creating images. We will cover warping images and further ways to alter pattern and design.  We will explore other ways to effect color and using layers and selections. We will learn how to add elements from other images, perhaps photographs or even elements from other drawings. We will also cover layer masks and clipping masks.

 

This is a workshop for students who know the basics of the app Procreate, including basic navigation, choosing brushes, layers, and basic use of the transform tool.

Sponsored by Cape Cod Art Center

The Joy of Drawing Club with Caroline Mustard and Katy Lea- Artists of All Media- iPads may be used

5 Months beginning February 1, 2021

Description: of choices click this link:   https://www.mobileartacademy.com/joyofdrawing

Full Membership- To join click here:    https://www.mobileartacademy.com/a/42979/2ijRF2TU   use the code: ” NADA” to get $40 OFF.   Code EXPIRES Feb 1st, 2021

 Premium Membership-To join click here:   https://www.mobileartacademy.com/a/42978/2ijRF2TU  use the code: ” NADA” to get $40 OFF.   Code EXPIRES Feb 1st, 2021

It’s not just a recorded class but a 5-month live class community where we have a combination of video lessons + live zoom sessions + Secure Private Community Page + Individual assessments.

  • Access to The Joy of Drawing Beginning Steps Course taught both with traditional tools and on the iPad.

  • Monthly Live workshop and demo on the last Sunday of the month.

  • Access to our online drawing community page where you can share your artwork and comment on others.

  • A downloadable PDF of our first book The Joy of Drawing: Beginning Steps.

  • Free entry to the Joy of Drawing Life Drawing Sessions when scheduled.

This is taught by two British Artists who are authors of “The Joy of Drawing Book”. One author is Caroline Mustard and she has been featured in various magazines/news.

B &W Printing with Bob Korn

As with everything else in the digital process, there are numerous ways to accomplish what you need done, and the conversion of camera's color file to B&W is no exception. I'll explain my process using both Lightroom and Photoshop to create the rich tone filled B&W  image we strive for. Each week I'll review and print your files for you to see how each adjustment works to refine the image.

$375 3 sessions Mondays 3/15,3/22 3/29

bobkornimaging.com

Seeing Color with Bob Korn

Learning how to see and adjust color is the final step in the printing process. Todays technology has improved in the way it reproduces color, however there is more to see. We'll learn how to identify color, interpret what we see and the tools needed to correct it. Each week I'll review and print your files for you to see the effect of each adjustment.

$550, 4 sessions. Tuesdays, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30,4/6

bobkornimaging.com

46 Main St, Orleans

508-255-5202

Finding the Shot: The Art & Craft of Better Seeing

John Tunney
Mondays, 5:30-7:30 pm starting March 22, 5 weeks
$165/$180
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A famous photographer once said , “If you want to take more interesting pictures, stand in front of more interesting stuff”. Well, the truth is that there’s lots of “interesting stuff” lying around if you know where and how to look. This class, based on the popular program John has given at the CLICK! Photography Conference, is about how to develop your photographer’s eye to see “interesting stuff” wherever you look and turn it into expressive images.

Working with landscapes and scenics, close-ups, still lifes and other styles, we’ll delve into topics such as composition and design, light and lighting, the use of depth of field, shutter speed and lenses as compositional tools, the art of “seeing” and expressiveness, plus editing techniques to opimize your images. We’ll put theory into practice with at least two outdoor shooting sessions at various locations around the Cape, plus weekly homework and image review sessions. We’ll also look at the work of photographers working in various genres and styles and examine how they turned “interesting stuff” into interesting pictures.

Open to anyone who has taken Intro to Photography or has similar experience and wants to pursue photography as a fine art, this class will help you take your photography to the next level and get you consistently creating higher quality images. Students should have a basic understanding of camera controls and how to adjust f-stops, shutter speed and ISO, plus a basic understanding of Lightroom’s Develop Module or equivalent software. Any camera is fine for this class, but you’ll get the most out of it with a DSLR or mirrorless camera with manual controls.

Classroom and review sessions will be held via Zoom. Outdoor sessions will follow appropriate guidelines, including use of masks.

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Creative Coastal Photography

with John Tunney

July 28-30, 2021

$395 Members /$435 Non-Members

Come learn the art of creative fine-art photography while exploring the beaches, dunes and harbors of the Lower and Outer Cape and the

Cape Cod National Seashore.

In this workshop, photographer John Tunney will take you to some of the Cape’s most beautiful locations and show you how to “see” a scene, discover its creative potential and produce a creative and expressive fine-art image. We’ll go on field shoots in the mornings and late afternoon into evening, plus one Milky Way shoot, and have midday classroom sessions for editing and reviewing pictures.

What you’ll learn:

– How to create impressionistic images using long exposures, camera motion, depth of field and multiple exposures

– The creative use of wide angle and telephoto lenses

– How to see and use the elements of design in composing your images

– Low-light photography tips

– How to photograph the Milky Way

– Processing tips to fine-tune your compositions for added expressiveness, dime

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