One day seminar - Friday 16 November 2012. Join us for a full day of photographic instruction and fast-track photography inspiration at the fantastic Blue Fin Building on the Southbank, London SE1.

Street Photography image © Nigel Atherton.

Join Amateur Photographer and What Digital Camera experts Damien Demolder, Nigel Atherton and Photoshop
guru Philip Andrews for a full day of photographic instruction and
fast-track photography inspiration at the fantastic Blue Fin Building on
the Southbank, London SE1.

Learn insider secrets from our
award-winning editorial teams and photo-experts to motivate and inspire
you to take better pictures. Gain invaluable knowledge from other
delegates’ achievements and challenges during our popular
photo-critiquing sessions throughout the day, with demonstrations to
show key techniques. Plus, Philip Andrews shows you how to use Photoshop
and Lightroom to enhance your images.

Highlights include:
Exposure, Street photography skills, Learning to use Levels properly,
Editing RAW, Metering, Photoshop skills, Composition, Lightroom skills,
Framing, Marketing your images, DSLR video techniques, Critique session
advice.         

Itinerary
09.30:  Welcome registration – Tea/Coffee
10.00:  Brain vs Camera – Be better than your metering system
11.00:  Brain verses camera + Q&A. Presented by Damien Demolder
11.15:  Creative Composition. Presented by Nigel Atherton
11.30:  Tips for shooting DSLR video. Presented by Nigel Atherton
11.45:  Tea & coffee break
12.00:  Lighting – Natural light. Presented by Damien Demolder
12.35:  Lighting – Studio light. Presented by Andrew Sydenham
13.00:  Lighting demo + Q&A
13.15:  Lunch
14.15:  Every image needs Photoshop – how you can use Lightroom and Photoshop to carry out essential edits
15.15:  Every image needs Photoshop + Q&A. Presented by Philip Andrews
15.30:  Make cash from your photos. Presented by Matt Golowczynski and Michael Topham
16.00:  Final Q&As to the panel + audience photo critique session
16.30:  Chat with the experts over a glass of wine
17.30:  Ends

Price
£120
per person. Price includes: All talks/Q&As, course note hand-outs,
welcome tea & coffee, lunch, glass of wine, goody bags.

FREE LEXAR 16GB Premium Series SDHC UHS-I memory card worth £13.99 for every delegate!

                                    

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Location
To be held on Friday 16 November 2012 in the Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 OSU

How to book your place
EMAIL
us at spiadmin@ipcmedia.com with the words ’16 NOVEMBER SEMINAR’ in the
subject line. Please include your name, address and telephone number.
POST
a cheque made payable to ‘IPC Media Ltd’, to Estelle Hicks-Bennett, SPI
seminar, IPC media, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1
0SU. Please include your name, address, email and telephone number.
CALL 0203 148 4326/21 to pay by card.
 
Places
are confirmed with a full
balance payment. Places are not confirmed until
receipt of payment. Tickets are non-refundable but they are
transferable.

  • Samia

    Jillian – One of my most treasured pessossions is a photograph of my mom and dad as teenagers at church camp long before they even dated. My mom is teaching my dad how to play accordion as my uncle, a scrawny kid, looks on. I love that photo because I can imagine exactly what that moment was like. Maybe they were flirting a little, probably my dad was all thumbs and adolescent awkwardness on the accordion. I love the photos that you took at our wedding for the same reason: anyone looking at them can sense the moment too, how excited and happy we are, how it felt like a huge step and just the natural progression at the same time. Thanks for taking our pictures, Dan. It’ll be 3 years in a month. We appreciate these mnemonic devices so much, and so do our family, friends, and anyone who might see them in the future.