$35 USD per device. This program is 60 mins, including time to ask questions and exchange ideas. Suitable for all ages, no background required.

  • Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at 1:30 pm EST

Many of us return home from a trip with wonderful photos to share, but perhaps overwhelmed by the quantity. How do we preserve their unique qualities after returning to our daily routines? How do we keep those rewarding memories fresh in our minds? Learn how to organize and edit your existing travel photographs at home, with pro pointers on selecting the images that matter to you the most. You’ll see which viewing formats may best fit your needs. We’ll also explore different methods for creating albums and archives that you can easily do yourself. Share and enjoy your photos, to make your visual stories matter even more.

You will:

  • Learn how to select your best shots. What criteria works for you?
  • Understand the basics of the editing thought process as a creative act.
  • Get inspired to organize your own collection of travel memories, until you are able to make more.

Your educator Jessica Watson, is an artist based in Providence, RI. She holds an MFA from Bard’s Graduate School of the Arts. When she is not taking photographs, she runs a family photo archiving and retouching service. Her best photographic memories were created in Tunisia, Turkey, and Cuba. She looks forward to getting back on a plane soon, with her camera. In the meantime, she is capturing the natural world and her sometimes cooperative kids.

You can also sign up for our series Travel Through the Lens.

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Image: Travel Album (scrapbook style), 2011 – Jessica Watson

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