1st March to 3rd March 2019
SPACES…PLACES AND FACES
Making the most of the surroundings and of the connections we will start developing, the Workshop aims to introduce participants to:
- Principle considerations when preparing a camera for use
- The key functions of Aperture & Shutter , their capabilities & limitations linked to technical and creative control
- Consideration of the Light
- The aesthetic use of Composition, Colour aesthetics to advance photo image recordings
- Workflow , Post Production, Organisation , Storage and Back Up
- Portfolio Image Presentation
*Please Note, the workshops will only take place if a minimum of 10 people register per course.
Please bring your own digital camera – any type – its amazing what you can do with the most simple of cameras. If you have a laptop bring this also, for editing purposes.
*Although each of the courses has their own itineray and dates, we have created a general itinerary common to all this includes 3pm to 5pm on day of arrival, warm welcome, by course co-ordiantor and hosts, and intro and Q & A with course tutor. Please do not hesitate in contacting us for more details.
|DAY||CONTENT FOR MORNING, AFTERNOON and EVENING SESSIONS|
|Introduction to ‘The Camera’; “Dibujando con Luz” (“Drawing with Light”); The process of Camera; Preparation for Image Recording
Creative stimulus for Drawing with LIGHT; “Seeing as opposed to Looking”
|SATURDAY (Morning)||‘Apertura de la Camara’ (‘Aperture’) Producing images in controlled workshop and on location linked to the technical and creative visuals delivered on the subject of Aperture|
| ‘Obturador de la Camara’ (‘Shutter’)
Producing images in controlled workshop and on location linked to the technical and creative visuals delivered on the subject of Shutter
|(after dinner)||Light – Considering variables and controlling light for artistic and creative application
Using the skills learnt linked to Camera Controls and Capabilities. Record Visuals that inspire you linked to a working title
|Workflow Systems; Storage; Post Production Considerations
Back up and Think; Field Work – Record the Retreat: With your new skills acquired. Visualise the Retreat.
|SUNDAY||Image Portfolio Presentation
Exhibition – Screen; Peer and Self Evaluation Session; Sharing Performance
Has more than 20 years experience working with Photography and Imaging Skills in the Creative Arts & Design Sector.