Photography for Craft Artists

Good photography is crucial to sharing your work online, and can help set you apart in the crowded space that is social media. While a professional photographer can provide amazing and consistent results, this may not be in the budget for all of your projects. With some patience and a little bit of knowledge, you can create quality images of your own work. This half day workshop will teach you the basics of photographing your items. Learn camera settings, how to choose the best angles, working with window light as well as inexpensive artificial lighting, and some simple editing techniques.


October 27, 2018

10am – 2pm


Maine Charitable Mechanics Association

519 Congress St #2B

Portland, ME 04101


Includes lunch

MCA Member: $55 per student

Non-Member: $65 per student

Instructor Bio

Andrew Davis is a professional photographer based in Freeport. He has been photographing primarily antiques and fine art for over ten years, with his images appearing in multiple books, trade publications, sales catalogues and online outlets. He also regularly teaches photographers, from beginners to other professionals.

Workshop Type

Professional Development – All levels welcome.

What to bring: your camera, photos you have taken of your work, a small piece to practice with, tripod if you have one.