One of the Club’s aims is to help members, and visitors improve their photography by running workshops on camera techniques and digital imaging. These workshops are run regularly throughout the season, generally monthly. The evening will be led by the more experienced members of the Club.
Our workshops are very practical and allow the participants an opportunity to learn hands on. The skill levels required range from Beginner to Intermediate. The more Advanced photographers are also welcome, their input being much appreciated.
The camera technique workshops cover all aspects of using your camera. Whereas in the digital imaging workshops we learn a variety of post-processing techniques. Most of these workshops will be based around Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements. We also will be making extensive use of the Google Nik Software Suite. We will be using state of the art digital equipment, thanks to the “Arts for All” scheme funded by the National Lottery. It is highly recommended that you run one of the the above products.
Adobe software products can be obtained HERE.
Google Nik Software Suite (FREE) can be obtained HERE.
This season’s planned Workshops are shown below. Members’ suggestions for future Workshops are welcome and should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops are free for all Club Members to attend. Visitors are very welcome at a cost of £5 per person (payable on the evening).
To book a place on any of the workshops please complete the form below.
What to bring: Your camera, camera manual, and tripod What to expect: The evening will be mainly centred around DSLR and CSC/Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras. At the last count most members were using Canon or Nikon cameras so there will be plenty of expert help on hand for these. Some…
What to bring: One or two photographic prints for assessment (we don’t recommend prints smaller than A4) What to expect: You will learn the basics of photographic composition and the points that judges will be looking for. Tips on avoiding blown highlights, blocked shadows, white skies, etc. The importance of…
What to bring: If you have a laptop with either Lightroom, Photoshop, Elements plus the Nik Software Collection please bring it. If you don’t have a laptop then bring a notebook. What to expect: This session is aimed at the beginner. A brief description about each of the programs. Opening…
Once again Rob will ably demonstrate the art of taking portraits and suitable lighting. We will cover basic processing and related subjects.
We will cover the tricks you can employ to get the best from ICM. We will also touch on Multiple-Exposure.
What makes a good black and white photograph and how to convert to B&W using Lightroom, Photoshop. and Elements. Toned prints will be discussed (Cyanotype, Selenium, Sepia, etc).
Having listened to members’ concerns throughout the season, we will attempt to tailor the evening to answer your questions and demonstrate camera/software tips and tricks.
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