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Introduction to Affinity Photo for iPad

Event info

(Live workshop using Zoom)

Limited to 8 places - book early to guarantee a place.

This course is aimed at those using Affinity Photo on their iPad. There is a separate course for those using a desktop version.

This beginner course will teach you a complete workflow for editing your photos with Affinity Photo software and help you make your photos sing!

Affinity is rapidly becoming the first choice for photography and creative professionals internationally, recognised for it its speed, power and precision. This beginner workshop will allow you to unlock the full potential of this exceptionally powerful program.

Jo collaborates with Affinity as one of their ‘Experts’ to deliver talks and workshops and brings you her wealth of experience of editing with the software in this informative and relaxed course. She will give you her top tips and insight enabling you to produce exceptional images in a simple and intuitive manner.

For this introductory course Jo will provide you with a set of her own sample images for you to practice on during and after the workshop, so that participants can follow along with the exercises.

Course requirements

  • The Affinity app loaded onto your desktop computer
  • A separate desktop or tablet with Zoom loaded on it (to view the workshop: it is difficult for participants to use the same desktop to both follow the workshop AND use Affinity because everything ends up being too small on the screen)
  • Reliable internet access
  • No prior knowledge of Affinity or photo editing is necessary

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Please look out for the attachment in your confirmation email, it contains the Zoom joining link. If you don't receive it, please email learning@rps.org  

The tutor will need access to your email address to enable her to send you workshop information and notes. We will presume that by booking this course you are giving permission unless you contact us to state otherwise. 

Overseas participants - Please check the time of the workshop if you are outside the UK. This link which will help you to calculate the timing of the online workshop: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html

The Tutor: Jo Bradford is an award-winning photographer and best-selling author based on Dartmoor in the UK. She is the driving force behind Green Island Studios where she has created a bespoke analogue darkroom and photography workshop and studio space. From here Jo takes pictures of the wild and windy moor from the studio doorstep and posts them on Instagram as @greenislandstudios where she has a large and loyal following for her smartphone photography. 

Jo’s international best-selling book Smart Phone Smart Photography was the first ever smartphone photography book to top the overall digital photography category and has lead Jo to develop a unique collection of workshops and courses in smartphone photography. Alongside these she creates cameraless photographic artworks that are sold in galleries all over the world, and are regularly exhibited and collected in Europe, America and Asia. 

Jo also works as an Associate Lecture at Falmouth University where she lectures on marine and natural history photography.

Born in Hertfordshire, England, Jo was raised in Southern Africa. Jo received her Master’s Degree (with Distinction) in Photography: Critical Practice from University College Falmouth in 2004. 

Image: Jo Bradford

Event Organiser

Name
Emma Delves-Broughton
Email
emma@rps.org

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