PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – Getting inspiration: developing a body of work
- How to get the best from your camera
- Editing and sequencing your work
- Colour management (discussed but not demonstrated, as this is not a printing workshop)
- Preparing for an exhibition
- The photographic book
There are still a couple of places left for the special photography workshop with Documentary Photographer Peter Black & Photospace Gallery Director James Gilberd, running over the weekend of 14-15th April 2012 at Photospace Gallery, Wellington.
The aim of this one-off workshop is to learn through a mixture of practical shooting and short lectures how to produce a body of work that is capable of being exhibited or made into a book, working in black & white or in colour.
The workshop is limited to ten people, so one-to-one attention can be given. A big part of the benefit of such a workshop is being involved with a small group of like-minded photographers; the energy and focus that it brings, and the added social benefits.
Expect to spend at least a third of the time photographing around Wellington, with guidance. Time will be spent discussing your individual work, both past and present. This workshop will appeal to photographers who photograph the real world including people, buildings and landscape (rather than studio work). The main aim is to gain inspiration. Further workshop details can be viewed here>>
Cost is $360 (deposit of $100 required to reserve your place).
Enquiries to: James Gilberd at Photospace Gallery
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (04) 382 9502 after 10am
1st floor, 37 Courtenay Place
Wellington 6011, New Zealand