CREDIT: Glenys Garnett

A Weekend of Creative Photography with Glenys Garnett

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Online Presentation-1 - 2 hours (inc break) – Creative Camera Techniques

In this presentation Glenys will talk about the tools and techniques that can be used to produce in-camera creative images. We will look at how you can approach your photography in a more creative way by using techniques like ICM and Multiple Exposure, and also look at using alternative lenses for creative effect including using Vintage lenses and Lensbaby.


Online Presentation-2 - 2 hours (inc break)– Creative Composite Images

In this presentation Glenys will talk through how she makes some of her creative compositions by sharing the screen in Photoshop.  She will show you how she develops and build composite images from start to finish including using a variety of techniques; layer blending, masks, paint effects, texture overlays, using and making photographic brushes etc.




Short Bio : Glenys Garnett

Glenys Garnett BA(Hons) RPS

I live in Wakefield and I worked as an IT specialist in a Further Education College in West Yorkshire for over 30 years. I started my own photography business in 2011 after obtaining a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Graphic Communication at Leeds Metropolitan University.

I am a visual artist and use photography as my primary medium to realise my creative ideas around nature and the natural environment. My work is pictorialist in nature and my approach is to emphasise the beauty of subject matter through composition rather than document reality.

The creative process is an important part of my work but what matters to me most is the final image, not how I get there. I use a variety of in-camera techniques like ICM and multiple exposure, vintage lenses, scanning and wet mediums like cyanotype to incorporate into my work.






Event Organiser

Stewart Wall MA ARPS


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