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Digital Imaging Eastern

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Our usual face to face events are suspended until further notice due to Covid-19 restrictions.  However, there are plenty of online events to enjoy.  

Below are a selection that are free to Digital Imaging members.

Details of all events available from the RPS including talks, workshops and distinction advice & assessment can be found here


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CREDIT: Sean Bagshaw

The Power of Luminosity Masks

with Sean Bagshaw

Sean is a landscape and travel photographer, photography educator and experience junkie based in Ashland, Oregon, USA.

He will provide an introduction to what luminosity masks are, how they are made and ways they can be used to make very fine, nuanced and natural image adjustments.

Saturday 13 March, 4pm - 5pm 

Free to DIG members

Find out more and book a place
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Creative Images

with Glenys Garnett BA (Hons)

A joint East Anglian Region | Digital Imaging: Eastern event.

Glenys's talk will cover creative in-camera techniques such as ICM and Multiple Exposure plus the use of  Lensbaby and vintage lenses for creative effect.

She will explain the techniques and provide lots of examples and suggestions for creative photography.

Saturday 20 March, 4pm - 6pm

Free to DIG Members

Find out more and book a place
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Forces that Create and Mould the Land

with Hans Strand

Hans' internationally awarded landscape photography is seldom a portrait of a place, but an expression of forces that create and mould a landscape. His pictures, frozen in a static frame, tell a story of movement, time and evolution.

Saturday 27 March, 4pm - 5.30pm

Free to RPS Members

Find out more and book a place