FROM PIXELS TO PRESS
For a photographer, it can be essential to have a monograph. It is a way to have a lasting artifact of a project and can be an invaluable tool in building a career. However, it is not the only kind of photography book that can serve your career. Students will meet for four sessions. During that time, you will learn about the value of good book design, finding a publisher, and what goes into marketing a book in the 21st century. Self-publishing and crowd funding will also be explored as an option. Guest lecturers will visit to share their expertise in particular areas. Please note: this class will not spend a lot of time on individual projects, but will serve as a guide to deciding if your project is ready for publication, and where it might fit in the wide array of publication options available in today’s world.
PRE-REQ Proficiency in digital image making, must have a body of work (this is not a shooting class).
BRING: a thumb drive on 1st night with 15 jpgs 72ppi x 1500px on longest edge.
INSTRUCTOR: Colleen Mullins
DATE: Sorry! This class is not being offered in our current session. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist
Please review our sales policies regarding class withdrawals and cancellations before signing up. Sorry! No refunds/credits will be given for withdrawals less than 7 days before a class starts
$25.00 off if you register at least one week prior to class start date, all online discounts are applied automatically.
Register for the same class with a friend and each of you will receive 10% off. All registrations must be made by one person in a single transaction. To take advantage of the discount online, set the quantity to 2 (or 3, or 4...) when adding to the cart (or change the quantity in the shopping cart). The system automatically deducts this discount. The discount only applies if two or more you enroll in the same class.
Please enter the full name of your companion at the checkout stage including their name, email, and phone number in the comments section of your registration form.
Workshop Cost: $250
Early Registration: $225