“It’s so easy anybody can do it.” Camera makers have been telling us that for decades, and now online printers are making the same claim for everything from business cards to photo books. While twenty-first century digital technology has made file transfer and printing accessible to almost everyone, a menu of templates is no substitute for good graphic design. A poorly designed book will distract from the quality you put into your photographs and leave a poor impression on the viewer.
Through printed examples and a brief overview of some basic principles of typography and layout design Jim Bremer will help you make your photography books attractive and professional looking. Find out how at the VCP gallery on Thursday April 7th at 7:00 p.m.
Jim Bremer is a Graphic Design professional whose career has spanned four Fortune 500 companies. He recently retired after a twenty-seven year career with Hasbro, which was highlighted by his position as Vice President of Creative Services. He headed a creative team of twenty five people responsible for product graphics, copywriting, and package design for Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers games. Over the passed four years he has devoted his time to photography and book design. He is a member of VCP’s Board of Directors and he will have a show in the gallery in June.
Thursday, May 7, 2015 – 7pm
The talk is FREE & open to the public.
Vermont Center for Photography
49 Flat Street, Brattleboro, VT
(Next to the Brattleboro Transportation Center)