Join us for the fifth in our series of photographic seminars in association with International Garden Photographer of the Year, and learn how to create dynamic garden, flower and plant images. Seminar to be held Tuesday 29th June 2010.
So far, as part of our series of inspirational seminars, we have hosted the
hugely popular Charlie Waite Landscape photography Seminar, Steve Bloom’s
amazing Wildlife Seminar, Annabel Williams Portrait and Lifestyle Seminar and
David Noton Travel and Landscape Seminar due to be held in April.
now delighted to welcome Clive Nichols who is one of the world’s top contemporary
garden photographers. He has won numerous awards and published many books. Clive
is also a co-founder of International Garden Photographer of the Year, the world’s
premier competition for garden and plant photography with a top prize of £5,000
and an annual exhibition at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
fascinating techniques to help develop your flower and garden photography, as
Clive shows you how to: obtain pin-sharp images of garden scenes and
flowers/foliage up close; use different apertures to control depth of field;
select different lenses to create striking compositions of gardens and flowers;
‘read’ the light to obtain stunning natural-light photographs, whatever the
weather; use reflectors to bounce natural light into dark or shadowy areas and
different shutter speeds to freeze or record movement; look for patterns to
create striking compositions and abstracts.
This exclusive seminar for
up to 90 people shall be on 29th June 2010 and will be held at the ‘home’ of Amateur Photographer and What Digital
Camera in the Blue Fin Building, rising above the impressive London skyline.
Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis at £29 per head to
include the presentation from Clive Nichols, followed by a Q&A session with
tea and coffee served afterwards and a goody bag with MAGIX Website Maker 3
software worth £29.99.
You also have the chance to purchase a signed
copy of one of Clive’s books, as well as International Garden Photographer of
the Year books.
Members of the teams from What Digital Camera and
Amateur Photographer will also attend and be available to chat and answer
questions after the presentation.
To book your place;
∙ email us
at: Spiadmin@ipcmedia.com with the
words ‘CLIVE NICHOLS SEMINAR’ in the subject line. Please include your name,
address and telephone number.
∙ post a cheque for £29, made out to IPC
Media Ltd to
Charlene Baker, SPI Seminar, Room 9-372, Blue Fin Building,
110 Southwark Street, London SE1 OSU.
∙ call 020 3148 4326 / 1 to pay by
Please note, places are only confirmed upon receipt of payment.
Tickets are non refundable but are transferable.