These two amazingly enjoyable and informative 2 day courses enable you to learn best practice photography techniques and how to actually prepare and print your images - all in one weekend! With a choice of two themed venues and the attendance of the ever popular "Ragged Victorians" or 1920's period actor groups, no photography stone is left unturned.
Join our groups to visit the Gladstone Pottery Museum in Staffordshire and take photographs of the Victorian actors in the ancestral home of the highly creative pottery industry or why not try the amazing Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, West Midlands showing British heritage and our industrial revolution in its most original form - atmospheric industrial grime, impressive machinery and domestic hardship.
The format for the days for both courses is similar...
Day one gives unprecedented access to locations that will allow unhindered photography whilst learning new skills and techniques. Experience a mix of set scenes with and without actors, outdoors and indoors, along with industrial architecture and heritage all set in these wonderful locations.
Day two of your weekend allows you to learn everything you need to know to produce exhibition quality inkjet prints of your previous day's images. Experienced tutors, Leigh Preston FRPS and Pete Johnson LRPS take you through topics such as:
- Monitor and printer colour management
- File size and image quality;
- Getting the best from your digital files;
- Adjustment layers;
- Sharpening & Interpolation;
- Using and converting RAW files;
- Installing and using ICC profiles for consistent colour and quality;
- Test printing & Advanced black and white features for specialist monochrome printing and the use of PermaJet papers.
Take advantage of the incredible PermaJet printer, paper and ink deals, exclusively available to all delegates!
Each day will last from around 10.00am - 4.30pm, including buffet lunch and refreshments. The Gladstone Pottery Museum price also includes the cost of an overnight hotel stay on the Saturday evening for one person (dinner and breakfast not included). The Black Country Museum is non-residential but does include an on-site lunch on both days.
These fabulous two day events are priced competitively and the limited places sell very quickly. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
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