Yesterday Interweave announced my upcoming June 5th webinar : Photographing Your Knits. poof ! walla ! and ta-da!, I have never had so many visitors here.
Not even that time I was giving away 4 pounds of Starbucks coffee! (Though that was pretty cool, right?)
Not even right after Shear Spirit came out, and all the sheepy/goat/alpaca folk I'd met in my farm visits and travels came to call.
Not even the times my work with the Red Scarf Project /Foster Care to Success got all linked (you know about the Red Scarf project? If not please take a peek )
The blog's been here for eight years, so browse around and welcome to my world.
I hope you sign up for the webinar. I got hip to webinars last year. A webinar is essentially watching a live (or, recorded live) slide talk presentation, with me chatting but your monitor filled with images (photos!). You can type in questions that the moderator , the Knitting Daily Empress Kathleen Cubley, will ask me, and I'll answer, either during the slide talk or immediately after. I won't rush off, and the scheduling is flexible. The cool thing is you can watch as little or as much as you wish, and then come back and watch the rest--or watch it again. I cram in a lot of helpful tips, so the ability to re-visit is awesome.
|a rare appearance by Dave, who appreciates the handknits but models reluctantl|
|an image from Craft Activism, a good example of a simple way to shoot handmade..and a favorite of mine, shot at granny square goddess Ellen Bloom's house in LA. I heart granny squares, and Ellen is to blame.|
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My commercial website is Gale Zucker Photography. Plenty of sheep shots there, too.
Labels: alpaca, granny square, handcraft, knitting, location photographer, location photography, Photography for Knitters, red scarf project, webinar, workshop