Gain a deeper knowledge of the functions of your camera and try experimental techniques to shooting and editing in this two day workshop with Tom Arber.
In the workshop you will learn:
- Advanced composition, including use of colour, texture, rhythm, figure to ground.
- Creating and developing strong communication in images through a variety of photographic techniques and styles, eg. portraits, landscapes, journalistic/documentary photography, and still life.
- How to read a photograph.
- Image critiques.
- Editing techniques and principles that you can translate to your choice of image editing software.
- Understanding and choose the right lens, camera and flash.
This workshop is suitable for those with some experience of photography and the basics of their camera. The workshop will involve some outdoor shooting; please dress for the weather.
Participants are required to bring their own DSLR cameras.
About the Tutor
Tom Arber is a full-time professional photographer with over 12 years’ experience. Working principally within commercial photography and specialising in documenting events, Tom has photographed rehearsals for theatre productions for Opera North along with environmental portraits and advertising images for a range of companies. Tom has run workshops and retreats for many years, in which he gives a practical and thought-provoking exploration of contemporary photography.
Half of the allocated places are offered to Members at the discounted rate, sold on a first come, first served basis. Become a Member.
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A two week cancellation policy applies to all workshops. As commercial workshops support our charitable activities, and materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than two weeks before the workshop date should you wish to cancel your place.
Should The Hepworth Wakefield need to cancel a workshop, your ticket will be refunded in full.