There are still spaces left in the class, according to the numbers I learned from the Arrowmont office today. I believe the minimum number has been reached now so the class should make; The maximum is 12. 4-5-12-- Just got word that the class has indeed made and is a go!
I'm going to do some revision of photos for my handout booklet before the next class to make some of the techniques clearer. I may also do a few more diagrams, if I have time. I'm always revising to see if I can make it better!
One of the Tallahassee participants showed me a really interesting app for iPhone, called CamWow. It's a free download (I have no vested interest in the app other than I've downloaded it myself and it can indeed give one a "WOW!" pretty easily.) Here are a few quick photos taken on a walk to the NGCSU bookstore today--this is only one of the several options one can select for the images you're photographing. I liked this because of the linear quality. These could adapt to thinking about tapestry versions pretty quickly, I think. I emailed them to myself from my phone, then changed the size in Photoshop Elements. I know that Elements can do something similar with find lines filter... but this is almost instantaneous. I like the extreme simplicity of it, too.