There is nothing more important or impactful than a strong, curated presentation: an edit that successfully acts as the visual embodiment of your work. Building an edit to perfectly speak to your strengths as a photographer can be incredibly daunting. It’s not easy, but the good news is that APA San Diego has invited Beth Huerta from Candace Gelman & Associates to teach an exclusive online workshop on best practices in editing. Beth will share some tools that can be mastered to ease this critical practice: a practice that is both art and science.
Beth brings serious academic know-how and street credibility to the process of creating a killer edit for any need, whether it be a digital portfolio review, treatment, or customized PDF.
In this online workshop, Beth will cover the topics including:
· What Constitutes an Effective Edit?
· Identity and Cohesion
· Knowing Your Audience
· The Art and Science of Self Editing
· How To Talk About Your Work
By attending this online event you can learn the skills necessary to take your edits to the next level.
Join us on Saturday, April 23rd from 10:00 am – 12 pm
Cost = $25 for APA Members
Non Members $40
Students with valid ID can receive discounted admission.
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About Beth Huerta
Prior to CG&A, Beth worked as a consultant/assistant for a bevy of internationally acclaimed advertising photographers including Howard Schatz, Theo Westenberger, William Huber and Stephanie Rausser. Beth is a frequent workshop presenter and contributing writer for the American Photographic Artists association. She has taught at Drexel University (where a course that she authored is now a permanent part of the BS in Photography curriculum) and The University of the Arts, and has been a guest instructor at Columbia College. Beth is also a Mentor for NYC Salt, a program that creates opportunities in photography for underserved New York City youth.