Abstract Photography as Fine Art
Nat Coalson presents a Zoom talk entitled Abstract Photography as Fine Art, this is our first Zoom talk of 2021. Nat is a photographic artist, gallery director and author. We are collaborating with the main DIG group and the Creative Eye to bring you this Event.
Join us for an inspiring and educational overview of principles and methods for creating and marketing abstract photography as fine art. Tickets are selling well have you got yours?
Intentional Camera Movement on the Shoreline Series 1
Roger is a landscape photographer with a special affinity for the shoreline. His passion is capturing an impression of nature’s forces at work through their interaction with the immovable objects in the way, be they cliffs, cobbles, groynes, or shingle.
Roger has planned some workshops with a difference. An Online Workshop in three parts over a Month, with three separate date choices . Roger Crocombe gives instruction and advice on getting the shots using ICM, followed by an unaccompanied photographic shoot and finally a chance to present your finished images for feedback.
Textures and Brushes Lunch and Learn
Celia has combined her love of photography and passion for Photoshop with that of teaching and learning and offers a range of photography and Photoshop workshops where she hopes you will be inspired, motivated, entertained and shown techniques and tools that will provide you with the skills for the Art of Flower Photography. She has already been running a successful series for the South East region which are always a sellout
What a great way to spend your Lunchtime and learn along with Celia! There are two workshops, Textures and Brushes, happening over a month, in three chunks and there are 6 separate date combinations.
Developing a Creative Approach to Photography
Glenys Garnett is a great advocate of sharing knowledge and encourages others to develop and improve their photography skills and particularly the use of creative thinking techniques to develop more artistic approaches to creating photographic images.
Capturing an image is just the starting point of the creative process for her and she often makes use of techniques and different equipment like ICM (Intentional Camera Movement), multiple exposure, vintage lenses and compositing techniques both in camera and software.
We are so thrilled she was so keen to design this interactive online photography workshop geared towards helping you to develop a creative approach to your photography, only six attendees for the workshop taking place over a month
We hope we will be able to offer more in the future.
Joe Houghton is an experienced photography trainer, author of "Streets of Dublin" a guide to street photography, and an Adobe Certified Expert in Lightroom. He loves helping others develop their skills with both the camera and then in their postprocessing. Joe was Nikon's trainer in Ireland for 12 years and has trained thousands of people at all levels of experience.
We are thrilled to be working with Joe Houghton to help lots of us demystify Lightroom!. We are initially trying three Workshops, two which are open to many and one more exclusive for just 10 participants, the ultimate goal here to produce a panel of processed images of your choice for Joe to assess and offer advice.
Joe is also willing to expand his repertoire of workshops for the DIG SE Centre, if these are successful.
Long Exposure on the Sussex Coast
Philip Bedford is a professional photographer and photography teacher. He has run his own freelance photography business for over ten years and is continually developing a broad portfolio of photographic work. He is already working with the RPS Landscape group and has adapted his original idea to design this Long Exposure Photography Virtual Workshop.
This Three Element Online Workshop, has a detailed briefing, unaccompanied on-location photoshoot and follow-up image review by this experienced Landscape Photographer with an intimate knowledge of the Sussex Coastline.