A journey through infrared photography with Simon Weir
This will be an online talk with up to 100 places.
Ticket sales will close on 19th July to allow time to process bookings and send the video link to participants. A link to join the talk will be emailed to participants shortly after this.
For almost 20 years Simon Weir has been travelling the world photographing in infrared. His black and white landscape images, captured entirely with light humans cannot see, have a sense of drama that goes beyond conventional photography and reveal hidden connections with their locations.
In this presentation Simon will explore the 100 year history of infrared photography, look at the science behind infrared imaging and camera conversion, and will take you on a journey across the globe in infrared.
Whether you have experimented in infrared yourself or always thought this technique was not for you be sure to attend this unique webinar and discover the fantastic world of infrared photography.
Simon Weir is a professional photographer and film maker and a regularly gives workshops and lectures to RPS groups and camera clubs around the UK. His work has been published internationally in magazines and online, and featured by both Nikon and Fujifilm in the UK.
"You enthralled us with your passion for Infrared and you inspired us to do more.”
"One again thanks for a ‘landmark evening’ right up with the very best speakers we’ve had."
"An outstanding presentation with stunning photography."
"A brilliant, entertaining and most of all informative evening”
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