10:00am to 4:00pm. Saturday, 9th April 2011 (Free trial workshop)
at Embrace Office, Brixton, London.
This is a free workshop but we are asking for people wishing to attend to pay a £10 returnable (if you attend) deposit.
This workshop will be filmed for our new PR film about our photography workshops and on this course we will ask participants to help us with the filming process. This will include setting up set situations and short interviews about your experience on this workshop.
This training course is aimed at beginners and intermediate photographers.
On this workshop participants will look at how to create a series of photos using a simple theme in order to make your photography more interesting to other people.
The workshop will show you how to develop your portfolio online and in print.
Participants will be introduced to online methods and printed presentation methods (Looking at other photographers work)
Participants are to bring their own cameras to participate in a practical exercise where we will make a series of images to demonstrate ‘concept’ within a photographic project.
The main areas covered will be online methods of presentation, technical styles, printing methods.
Claire Weir is an Irish/Australian Photographer who hold a BA in Photography. Shortlisted for the 2005 Fujifilm Student Photographer of the Year, 2007 Student Photographer of the Year in the 3G Student Media Awards and Nominated for the 2008 Nikon Academy Photographic Student of the Year.
Claires motivations in her own photographic practice rely on documenting the every day and the extraordinary in the ordinary, striving to produce images that question and evoke reaction. Commercially Claire is involved in Film & Tv, Music and Editorial projects commissioned by clients such as Amnesty International, FrontLineDefenders, Channel4, RTÉ, State.ie and many others.
For more information please phone 0207 274 9450 or email email@example.com
All the profits from our workshops will be used to develop and run Embrace Cooperation Ltd charitable projects.