.Want to learn how to turn your favorite photo into a work of art? Now you can!
Join Andy Mars, freelance photographer, for a hands-on workshop to learn some basic tips on how to take better photos with your smartphone and then move onto editing techniques using the free editing app Snapseed. Finally, turn your images into photo paintings using the free version of the painting app Prisma. Your digital artwork can be printed as a unique gift for special occasions that will wow your family and friends!
Bring your smartphone and/or tablet (batteries charged and relevant user IDs/passwords in hand).
Registration begins August 15th, online or by calling the library’s Reference Department at 860-652-7720.
About the Presenter: Andy Mars is a freelance photographer, photo artist, & instructor. She photographs events (formerly specializing in weddings), people, and pets. She is a photography instructor teaching classes & workshops in digital photography, iPhoneography, Photoshop, mixed-media photography, and computer file organization & workflow. Her work has been exhibited at the Memorial Arts Museum in Rochester, NY, Manhattan, various Soho Gallery restaurants, and Connecticut galleries. She has been a juror for the artist community where she has her studio and juried art shows for the Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards and local library photo exhibits.