Press & editorial photography with basic cameras, Sept 2014
WhenMonday 16 September 2013
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Headland House, 308-312 Gray's Inn Rd, London WC1X 8DP
This one day hands-on workshop is aimed at anyone who is required to take a photograph suitable for publication but who may be concerned that they do not have the most sophisticated camera equipment. It will help attendees transform their photography, using inexpensive “compact” or smartphone cameras, into publishable images. It is also suitable for those unfamiliar with using more advanced digital single lens reflex cameras.
Attendees should bring their cameras and any flash lighting equipment and a tripod (if they have one) to the workshop.
Course content Includes:
- In-camera creative technique.
- Understanding “depth-of-field”.
- Using Program (‘P’) mode.
- Using aperture priority (Av) mode,
- Using shutter priority mode (Tv).
- Basic rules of photographic composition rule of thirds, leading lines, natural frames, indoor shooting (use of ISO variable).
- Basic digital image processing.
- Uploading images to the computer, basic editing and processing.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who is required to take photographs as part of their work, but who may not use what they consider typical advanced press photography equipment, or who are unfamiliar with either their equipment and/or the basic principles of good photography.
This course integrates well with the Developing digital photographs with Adobe Lightroom course, and the combined two-day course makes the perfect introduction to using digital cameras and developing digital images.
Stephen Power is an award-winning photographer and NUJ member. Stephen won the 2007 NAPP Guru Award for Excellence in Photoshop (photography category) and has been photographing professionally since 1982. His recent photography clients include: Tourism Ireland, Bord Bia, Pfizer (Ireland), The Irish Times, The Sunday Times (UK), Dorling Kindersley, Johnson Press (Ireland), BMS Ireland, The Knight of Glin, Prenton Publications, Musgrave Retail, 3 Training Course outlines tel: 00353-(0)86-0258166 Stephen Power The Liffey press, MediaTeam Publications, The Photography Institute, The Mid West Regional Authority (MWRA) and The Irish Congress of Trade Unions.
NUJ member £175; unemployed NUJ member or student £100, GFTU affiliate £200, non- member £275
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