Create high quality ‘accurate’ images for proposals, submissions to galleries, websites, emails, catalogues and press releases.
Tim Durham will assist you in creating a methodical step-by-step process to obtain the best possible results from your photographic equipment . This process will allow you to create high quality ‘accurate’ images for proposals, submissions to galleries, websites, emails, catalogues and press releases.
Over this weekend you can pick up some great tips on how to obtain the best possible results from your photographic equipment and improve your camera skills. Tim Durham has worked in photography for the past 25 years and is predominantly an arts based photographer working on public and private commissions. Over that period he has developed a methodical step-by-step process which will assist you to learn and create high quality accurate images for catalogues, press releases, proposals, submissions to galleries, websites etc. This masterclass is designed with artists, craftpersons and creatives in mind and will help you take your photographic documenting skills to the next level and ensure that you can undertake what is often a very costly exercise yourself.
To take part you will need:
Your camera with its manual. Manuals can be downloaded from the manufacturers website.
Blank memory card
Fully charged battery and spare if possible
Cable for downloading images, especially if you have an older or unusual type of memory card
Tripod if you have one
A piece of art work to photograph
Durham can provide a small number of cameras and tripods if participants don't have their own. Please let us know if this is something you need. If you are thinking of buying a camera Durham would recommend you do the workshop first. You will then better understand the features to look for in a camera.
Tim Durham is a photographic artist. He holds an MFA (Photography) from the University of Ulster. He is interested in architectural interiors, boundaries and borders, the etymology of words and portraiture. For the past 10 years he has been teaching artists how to photograph their own work.