Video #26 – Simple Photography for Woodworkers




For a few years I watched woodworkers produce wonderful pieces that they had worked tirelessly to finish and then try to show those pieces to the rest of the world with, quite frankly, frighteningly terrible photographs. ┬áThis isn’t because they didn’t care about the pictures, but because they didn’t know a few simple, cost free little tricks to make their pieces look fantastic.

In this video I introduce a simple concept to improve your photography. ┬áThis isn’t meant to be a one stop solution, just a stepping stone to get you started, but I’m sure you will see the benefits immediately.

2 thoughts on “Video #26 – Simple Photography for Woodworkers

  1. John

    Thanks Tom – I know the principles involved here but your video has simplified the processes involved and made it more achievable than I first thought

    • Tom Stratton Post author

      Thats the intention John. Its really just common sense, but to many it is an alien art. This is just meant to get people headed in the right direction, not to be an in-depth one stop solution.



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