MORNING: Many Ways of Seeing
Following on from his series of the same name for B&W Magazine, Eddie looks at the way that different camera types, formats and media (both digital and film) affect our relationship with the subject and, ultimately, the way we take our pictures. The talk is Illustrated with examples of his own work and promises to be a thought-provoking session that will challenge our ideas and get our creative juices flowing.
AFTERNOON: The Language of the Print
This talk expands on the ideas Eddie outlined in his Language of the Print series for B&W Magazine. Drawing on examples of his own work he will address questions such as what makes a print 'speak?', how do we develop our own style of printing?, what can we learn from looking at the printed work of other photographers?, has digital photography made us better printers?
About Eddie Ephraums:
Eddie Ephraums is a regular contributor to B&W Magazine, Using his own work as examples, Eddie's monthly features aim to inspire photorgaphers to think more deeply about their photography and to reflect on how they can develop their own unique photographic voice. He co-runs the Open Studio Workshop centre in the beautiful wilds of NW Scoltand,,where he leads workshops with the likes of Joe Cornish, David Ward, Paul Gallagher and Paul Wakefiield. Eddie also mentors photographers, working with many well-known names, and he produces high quality, art-based photography books for photographers through his own Envisage Books imprint. Eddie is a judge for the B&W Photographer of the Year, in which he drawis on his experience as a photographer, printer and editor.
See Eddie's website HERE
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Free tea, coffee and biscuits throughout the day. Bring a pack lunch.
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