Here are details of other Digital Imaging Thames Valley events that might be of interest to you.
Presented by Digital Imaging: Thames Valley
We regret that we have had to cancel this event, owing to the Coronavirus pandemic. We will be in touch with all ticket holders.
We are hoping to be able reschedule this event at a later date.
This more abstracted approach can cause friction with the classic scenic vista approach, and it's a requirement for working professionals to wear many 'hats'. As such, Sam will also discuss this aesthetic dichotomy from a commercial perspective, all the while elaborating on just how powerful the process of image making can be for your wellbeing, both physically and mentally. Essentially, it's a personal obsession, and he will expand on this principal that it's definitely 'more than an image'.
Now his focus is on working with the landscape to explore its character and revealing some of its wonder and history, be it seen or unseen. Driven by a desire to show the natural beauty of the world in his own aesthetic, and linking that with story-telling opportunities, Sam believes there are image making possibilities all around us, it is really a matter of learning to be receptive to these scenes.
Sam is well known for are his Togcast Broadcasts with co presenter Paul Sanders (who gave us a presentation in 2011). Click logo for link.
His work has featured in various publications locally and nationally and been used by multiple organisations including The National Trust. He is a tutor for Light & Land, leading tours around the world. Fundamentally he believes that the best image making experiences and satisfaction comes from really getting to know a landscape and culture and then applying your skills to create a compelling visual narrative.
Sam shoots with film and digital set-ups, and is comfortable using various techniques, from ICM (intentional camera movement) to long exposure and macro, and believes the image making process is multi-step with equal weight being given to each stage.
ADVANCE BOOKING ESSENTIAL TO BE SURE OF A PLACE.
Early Bird (payment received by the Wednesday before the event)
- DIG member: £8.00
- RPS but not a DIG member: £12.00
- Not an RPS member: £15.00
Day Ticket - pay at the door (or payment received after the Wednesday before the event)
- DIG member: £10.00
- RPS but not a DIG member: £14.00
- Not an RPS member: £17.00
We open the doors at 10.00am, to allow time to check-in, have some refreshments, and be ready to start the formal presentations at 10:30am.
In order to allow us to set up our equipment in a safe and orderly way, we ask you to remain in the foyer or outside the building until 10.00am unless you are a designated helper.
There is a mid-morning break, and a break for lunch. The event usually finishes about 3:30pm.
Free tea, coffee and biscuits throughout the day. We suggest you bring a pack lunch, or you can purchase sandwiches etc at Morrisons Supermarket next door.
For those wishing to pay on the door or buy raffle tickets etc, please note there is a cash machine at Morrisons.
- Alan Bousfield ARPS
- Venue Information
Hearing: Our Announcers and Presenters use radio microphones and a PA system at our events.
Access: The Hall has two ‘Disabled’ parking bays with sloped wheelchair access to the ground floor venue.
- Cancellation policy
If you have purchased a Day Ticket but are unable to come, and don't tell us before the event, we will not normally offer refunds; however, we will look sympathetically at each situation. Refunds requested at least 3 days before the event will normally be granted.
Woosehill Community Hall