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Wednesday 2nd August, 10am til 12noon at Firestation Creative, Carnegie Dr, Dunfermline KY12 7AN.
Join us for this 2hr specialist session on how to photograph your work. You’ll learn about lighting, positioning and what makes a strong photograph typically used as part of applications and project proposals.
The workshop will be led by photographer Alan Dimmick who will take you through the steps to document your work. You’ll learn simple techniques using traditional lighting methods as well as a DIY approach, that will give you the soft and revealing light best showcasing your work.
A ‘Documenting and Recording Your Work’ handout will be provided at the session for you to take home.
What to bring or prepare..
Equipment will be provided at the session, including cameras, lighting, tripods and reflectors. However, if you would like to bring your own camera, please do but note that this is not essential. Props will also be provided but you are invited to use this time to bring some smaller artworks, 3D or 2D, as there will be opportunity for you to use the equipment.
The workshop will take place on First Floor at Firestation Creative. If you require access to the lift, or use of a designated Disabled Parking space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure access to this is available on the day.
This session is being offered on a Pay What You Can basis and we ask that you refer to the ticket signifiers to see which ticket you should purchase. Please note, spaces are limited. If tickets have sold out but you are still interested in attending, please email us to be put on the waiting list. If you can no longer attend the workshop, please contact us at least one week before the course starts to receive a refund as this will allow us to offer the space to someone else.
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This workshop has been supported by Fife Contemporary, Creative Scotland and Fife Council. The actual cost per place is £50, but we are offering discounted rates (please note you do not need a PayPal account to buy a ticket – choose the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” option after selecting SUBMIT button).