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 Photography Training Workshops

 

We are currently in the process of scheduling all of our 2015 training workshops.  If you would like us to come to wherever you are located, please contact us and we will see what we can do.  Also, if there is a specific workshop idea you would like us to do, contact us and we will see what we can do.

 

Throughout the year we will be travelling around the UK giving workshops mostly on composite photography and location portraiture.  We sometimes will offer these workshops on back to back days and give a discount for booking both days, essentially making it a 2 day workshop!  We are also working on a 3 day residential workshop for somewhere exciting later in the year.

 

Keep checking back as this page will always be updated with workshops as we announce them.

 

 

 

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Back to back workshops in Kent.  Make it a two day workshop by booking both training workshops and you will get a nice discount!

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Composite Photography – 29/01/2015 Kent

 

Composite photography is a fast growing trend within the photography world, and for good reason.  Being able to create composite images opens a world of possibilities and opportunities for your photography business.  Learning how to photograph images to create a “stock library” of images that you can use later for different composites will give you tremendous flexibility with your photography.  This workshop is hand on, meaning that all delegates will be photographing and editing images on the day, ensuring that you learn the skills you need to add to your photographic arsenal.

 

What you will learn –

Planning – Planning is the most important aspect of composite photography

Lighting – Learn how to properly light your subjects to match the lighting in your background images.

Photographing – Height and perspective and tremendously important and you will learn how to shoot to match your backgrounds

Editing – Learn how to cut out subjects and put everything together in Photoshop to make a realistic composite image.

 

When – 29th Jan 2015 from 10-5

Where – Kent Photo Studio Maidstone, Unit 36 Integra, Bircholt Road, Maidstone, ME15 9GQ

 

 This Workshop is Limited to 9 Delegates ONLY!

 

Spaces Avail: 8


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Location Portraiture Photography – 30/01/2015 Kent

 

Taking portraits on location is one of the most requested skills from a photographer whether you are a wedding photographer, portrait photographer, or even a commercial photographer.  Being able to scout and use locations to the best potential as well as being able to pose and light your subjects when on location is vital to all photographers.  Our location photography workshops are designed to help you scout for locations, use them in creative ways, and teach you how to light and pose your subjects.

 

What you will learn –

Scouting  – Learn what to look for when looking for the location(s) you want to shoot in and learn how to use the location once you find it.

Lighting – Learn how to light your subjects when on location.  Combining natural light, or completely eliminating natural light will make a difference in how your portraits come out.

Posing and Composition – Being on location means you aren’t confined to the small area of a studio.  Learn how to pose your subjects and utilise the location around you.

 

When – 30th Jan 2015 from 10-5

Where – Kent Photo Studio Maidstone, Unit 36 Integra, Bircholt Road, Maidstone, ME15 9GQ

 

 This Workshop is Limited to 9 Delegates ONLY!

 

Spaces Available: 8


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2 Day Workshop 29th and 30th Jan – Kent

 

Take advantage of both workshops and save!  Day one will cover composite and everything you need to start adding composite photography to your photographic arsenal.  Day two will cover location portraiture and will cover everything from scouting locations through to posing and lighting.  Both photography training workshops are hands on, meaning all delegates will be able to photograph everything that we shoot on the day.

 

What you will learn –

Day 1:

Planning – Planning is the most important aspect of composite photography

Lighting – Learn how to properly light your subjects to match the lighting in your background images.

Photographing – Height and perspective and tremendously important and you will learn how to shoot to match your backgrounds

Editing – Learn how to cut out subjects and put everything together in Photoshop to make a realistic composite image.

 

Day 2:

Scouting  – Learn what to look for when looking for the location(s) you want to shoot in and learn how to use the location once you find it.

Lighting – Learn how to light your subjects when on location.  Combining natural light, or completely eliminating natural light will make a difference in how your portraits come out.

Posing and Composition – Being on location means you aren’t confined to the small area of a studio.  Learn how to pose your subjects and utilise the location around you.

 

When – 29th and 30th Jan 2015 from 10-5

Where – Kent Photo Studio Maidstone, Unit 36 Integra, Bircholt Road, Maidstone, ME15 9GQ

 

 This Workshop is Limited to 9 Delegates ONLY!

 

Spaces Available: 8


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What others say:

“Having spent a day with George in Cambridge, I came away inspired to shoot new images, as did others on the course.  It was interesting to see how George coped with shooting on location in a public area with a model – and the kit he used to achieve his images.  George was also happy to share his workflow knowledge and keen to assist with posing for the beginners in the group. – Angela Adams Photography Ltd”

 

“Great workshop – this workshop is useful if you’ve never tried off-camera lighting before. George is very sharing and open about his style, way of working and experience as a photographer. 
 
The main thing I took away from the day is the confidence to try off-camera flash and that it’s not as hard as I first perceived it to be – nor that it has to be really expensive. Plus it was really nice to just meet a group of photographers and talk about photography stuff all day. – Liz Wan