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Talk: Taming the Sea with Jenifer Bunnett

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Online talk with up to 100 places.

Tickets for this talk will go on sale on 1st September. Ticket sales will close on 19 October 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.

Jenifer Bunnett is a fine art seascape photographer. She has worked in the photographic industry, in various forms, for most of her life. This, together with her Welsh upbringing, has culminated in a portfolio of seascapes that show her love both of the coast, and of photography as an art form. She has received various awards and has exhibited widely.

During her talk “Taming the Sea”, Jenifer will consider how aspects of her life, from her unconventional childhood through her life as a photographic technician, and a busy mother of three, have contributed to what has become her recognisable style as a long exposure seascape photographer today.

She will discuss how careful planning can really maximise chances of obtaining successful images, particularly important if you have to travel a fair distance for a shoot. Using a selection of her most successful images, she will explain how she spotted their potential and how she went about realising the final images.

The sea is an unpredictable beast, and long exposure photography can throw up many pitfalls; Jenifer will explain techniques she’s learned to tame one and avoid the other!


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