Learn How to Photograph Your Knitting

Chicken hat by Gale Zucker

Do you wish your photos of yarn, knits, and crafts were swoon-worthy? Do you want to feel more confident with your camera in hand? So do I!

My photography skills aren't what I wish they were; I want my knits to look as good in photos as they do in real life, and you probably do, too.

I'm thrilled to announce that we're offering a webinar to help you learn to photograph your knits so they look their best. Professional photographer and knitter Gale Zucker has put together a one-hour class that will help you hone your photography skills and set you in the right direction: Basic Photography Skills for Knitters.

Gale's presentation is jam-packed with photography instruction and tips to improve your photos of yarn, knits, people, and the world around you. Culled from her longer workshops, she'll show and share easily understandable composition ideas and tricks to make the best use of light.

She'll also give us exposure tips, thoughts on choosing backgrounds, getting colors to behave, photographing finished objects, and how to get real people to look wonderful in your knits. It's a little bit of everything, with tips you can use right away.

String of mittens by Gale Zucker
Thumbs up! By Gale Zucker

Your Ravelry projects page, website, Facebook timeline, and blog photos will never be the same! For beginners to more advanced photographers, this session is fun, fascinating, and 99.9% jargon free!

Check out Gale's blog to see her wonderful photos and to get inspired to improve your photography—I love the darling sheep photographs.

Sign up for the webinar today, and we'll see you on June 5 at noon Eastern time. I can't wait to improve my photography skills!

See you there,

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