The McLean County Arts Center is pleased to present the Spring 2019 Normal Public Library Workshops. Funded by a grant from the Normal Public Library Foundation and the McLean County Arts Center, this workshop series is organized by the McLean County Arts Center and hosted by the Normal Public Library.
Workshops are free and open to the public. Online pre-registration is required through McLean County Arts Center's website. This class is for teens and adults.
For more information or to register please click here.
Join instructor Erin Barnard, a local professional photographer with 10 years experience, for an introductory workshop in portrait photography. This two-hour course will cover basic feminine, masculine and gender-neutral poses; framing a shot; an introduction to using the light around you; when and when not to use flash; posing flow for maximizing your time; working your pose at different angles, along with hands-on experience practicing what you learn with other course participants. Bring a camera or cellphone (cellphone must have a camera) to participate in the practice portion of the lesson. There will be at least one professional Nikon DSLR camera available for limited use. This workshop is applicable for a hobbyist who would like to learn tips to take better photos of their family or a beginning pro looking to practice their skills and improve their workflow.