Glyn Dewis

What to Shoot, When there’s Nothing to Shoot

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'What to Shoot, When there’s Nothing to Shoot'

Join UK Photographer and Best-Selling Author Glyn Dewis in this 1-hour webinar, supported by Sony.

Prior to the Covid-19 virus outbreak, Glyn was touring the UK photographing surviving World War 2 Veterans for his 39-45 Portraits Project; a project that has received international recognition and has the sole purpose of providing veterans and their families with classic, timeless portraits.

After an overview of the project in which Glyn will show his typical set up, he will then show how as a Portrait Photographer he is remaining creative and in the learning zone whilst living under current restrictions and unable to take portraits; time he is using that sees him venturing into the world of Landscape Photography.

The successes, the failures, the happy accidents, cameras, lenses, settings and using mobile apps; Glyn will reveal all as he continues his ‘Portrait Photographer learning Landscape Photography’ journey.

Following the presentation, there will be a LIVE Q&A in which Glyn will also one joined by Mark Baker (Sony)



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Glyn Dewis is a Photographer, Educator and Best-Selling Author of The Photoshop Workbook, Photograph Like a Thief and The Photoshop Toolbox published by Rocky Nook.

In 2017 Glyn was awarded Adobe MAX Master following his presentations in Las Vegas of that year, and is a member of the Photoshop World Dream Team of Instructors. Glyn’s client list includes the BBC and SKY TV having worked on programmes such as The Apprentice, Most Haunted, Miranda Hart and Great Expectations and has been featured in the New York Times for a photography technique he calls 'The Invisible Black Background',

Glyn regularly shares both Photography and Post Production techniques on his YouTube Channel, website and at Photography Events and Conferences around the world. With a fascination for history, Glyn is currently working on an ongoing project called ‘The 39-45 Portraits Project’ which has gained international recognition and sees him creating timeless portraits of World War 2 Veterans across the UK; a self-funded project motivated to present Veterans and their Families with portraits they can treasure.

Glyn is also Ambassador of The Veterans Charity; an immediate needs support charity based in the UK.

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