MACRO AND ART PHOTOGRAPHY
We are delighted to announce an extension of John Humphrey’s Macro and Art Photography workshops through an association with Cambridge University Photographic Society. The day will include John’s techniques and tips for producing images with impact. He will lead you through the artistic processes designed to unleash creative potential in macro and art photography John will review ways in which the manipulation and presentation of photographs can be used to enhance their artistic impact.
Topics will include
· The seven techniques for macro photography
· Successful subjects for macro and art photography
· Photoshop set up for art photography
· Ten key techniques for image manipulation
· Presenting photographs for maximum impact
About your tutor
John Humphrey is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. He is an experienced photographer and presenter. His photography has featured in many exhibitions including the International Print and Projected Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society and the London Salon of Photography. John’s book ‘Close-up and Macro Photography’ is published by Crowood Press. Some of his work can be viewed on the website www.johnhumphrey.co.uk
Who is the course for?
The course is for anyone who is looking for new directions for their photography and who is looking to enhance their technical and creative skills. It assumes working knowledge of a compact or SLR camera, and basic familiarity with image processing software such as Photoshop.
What happens on the course?
The course is a stimulating combination of presentations, demonstrations and discussions. Delegates do not need to bring any equipment but are welcome to bring any photographs they would like to show and discuss. Tea and coffee is provided and there are various places close to the centre to purchase lunch.
Time: 10.30 – 4.30
Address: The McGrath Centre, St Catharine's, Trumpington Street in Cambridge City Centre, CB2 1RL
Image© John Humphrey FRPS