A day of focused tasks matched to your skills and designed to extend your knowledge.
Learn tips of the trade, make the most of your kit. Turn your ideas into reality.
Checklist: Bring flash memory card, battery charger, computer cable, camera, manual and laptop if you have one.
Introductions: talk to each other. Identify personal objectives and interest, questions to be answered. Order achievable priorities for the day.
Your aims: ?
My aims: Help you sense the difference between a snap and a strong image.
Provide a w ay of thinking and a framework of how to achieve the strong image.
10 to 10.15 Introduction. Discussion. Your interests and objectives. Your learning style
10.15 to 11.00 Challenge 1: Portraits in pairs
11.00 to 11.15 Discussion
11.15 to 12.00 Challenge 2: Tasks.
12.00 to 1.00 Lunch. One-to one with tutor: kit inspection
1-00 to 2.30 Challenge 3: You Project – in town
2.30 to 3.00 Break: one-to one with tutor technical questions.
3.00 to 4.00 Project Review Voting on Challenge Winner. Feedback
1: Looking at camera.
2: Not looking at camera.
3: Work or hobby (real or imagined) - with some prop
4: An idea of your own.
1. Bright white object
2. Bright single coloured object
3. Collection of white objects
4. Collection of coloured objects
5. Images that 'say' emotions: such as freedom, joy, sorrow, hate, concentration, idleness or your own feelings.
1. Journey through town
2. History Town
3. Dirty Old Town
4. Bright Alive Town
5. Make a theme of your own
Give your photo story a title.
Explore the theme in your mind before shooting.
Be prepared to edit down to 12 images.
The music in this production is: is licensed under a Creative Commons license: