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Recently, we’ve held workshops at Galway Camera Club, Greystones Camera Club, North Meath Photographic Society and the IPF Nature Group. We’ve also visited Llandudno, Wrexham and Conwy Camera Clubs in Wales. Andy has been visiting clubs in North Wales and the UK since 2008.
Below are some of the examples of workshops and talks that we can give to clubs. If you are interested, send us an email on email@example.com and we’ll do our best to accommodate your club.
The list is not exhaustive – if there is something that is not described below that you would like us to bring to your club, then don’t hesitate to ask. If we can, we will!
*Unless otherwise stated, the content of each talk/demo takes around 2 hours to complete, taking a tea-break into consideration.*
Presentation of Work
Andy & Milca present a slideshow of their images along with examples of settings & equipment used and information about post-processing work in Camera RAW and Photoshop. Our range extends from portraits to landscapes with still life, wildlife and other genres between.
This can be done indoors or outdoors – we show you the equipment we use to create images using light. A demonstration with the opportunity for members to use the equipment themselves is included in this workshop. If done at a suitable location (safety first!) a wire wool spinning demo is also available.
A Splash photography workshop, where we demonstrate the equipment used and settings required in order to catch that perfect splash. This is a messy workshop, so floor coverings will need to be taken into consideration by your club.
On-camera, dedicated and off-camera flash along with reflectors and diffusers are used to help your club members improve their flash photography with the equipment that they have available to them.
We bring our mobile studio to you (backdrop/lights), advise you on using the related equipment and give a demonstration of the lighting system that we use to capture portraits.
Getting up close and personal with your lens – learn how to effectively capture well composed macro/micro shots of your subject. Be it still life or wildlife. Learn about lighting and focusing as well as focus stacking to get your images pin-sharp from front to back.