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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Death By Pop-Up Shop hosts photography workshop with Geoff Decker

Posted By on Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 10:00 AM

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Sunday, Oct. 28 – Photography: Depth & Focus 101 3-6 p.m. Death By Pop-Up Shop 1844A Winter Park Road 407-516-8727 facebook.com/deathbypopupshop $20

Last month, the Audubon Park retail space neighboring Stardust Video & Coffee got a face-lift of sorts courtesy of the B-Side Artists. The local arts collective not only took over ownership of the clothing store formerly known as Death By Pop, but they also spiffed up the store’s name (now Death By Pop-Up Shop) to reflect their vision of a multi-purpose venue: they’ll hang pieces by local artists (including T-shirt prints, like SKIP’s Franchise collection); host themed parties (like the Halloween Costume Changing Room Party, Oct. 27); and offer in-house art classes. This week’s “Photography: Depth & Focus 101” session is the last of three in the series of creative workshops recently presented at the new-and-improved shop – the previous two focused on origami and stencil art, respectively. Orlando photographer Geoff Decker invites pro/am snappers to bring their camera, as he’ll cover a wide range of photog basics: everything from the understanding of light and exposure, to the rule of thirds, to leading lines, to filters and plug-ins. Go on, and get snap happy. – Aimee Vitek


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