This workshop is located in Weybridge, Surrey.
Wednesday, 11th and Thursday, 12th December 2019, 10am - 5pm CANCELLATION PLACE AVAILABLE
Wednesday, 8th and Thursday, 9th January 2020, 10am - 5pm PLACES AVAILABLE
With Adrian Beasley and Rachael Talibart
A two-day, immersive workshop
Working in black & white (B&W) can encourage creativity in a way that colour often doesn’t. We feel more at ease pushing the boundaries and the viewer expects monochrome images to be “artistic”.
This workshop is focused on creating and printing compelling B&W images. Designed to be hands on, the workshop includes plenty of time for you to practise what you have learned using your own images. Adrian and Rachael are enthusiastic and experienced B&W photographers and printers and, with a maximum group size of 8, you will receive their individual attention throughout the workshop. With two professional pigment ink printers at your disposal and a wide range of art papers, you can experiment with different approaches to editing and printing.
- Shooting tips - seeing and composing in B&W
- Different types of B&W
- B&W, monochrome, split tone, fake & real infrared
- High key and low key
- The Lightroom tools
- Global and local development
- The Photoshop tools
- Tools, Adjustments and Filters
- Speed things up by automating with Actions
- Style ideas
- Local adjustments
- Matching look/tones across images
- Printing considerations & preparing your images for print
- Printing from Lightroom and Photoshop
Who should attend and what to bring
This workshop is ideal for those wanting to explore the wonderful world of B&W and learn how to create, develop and print their own images. Some experience of Lightroom and/or Photoshop is needed. This workshop would not suit an absolute beginner. (If you are not sure whether this workshop is suitable for you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
You will need to bring:
- A computer with your editor of choice (we will demonstrate techniques using Lightroom, Photoshop and Nik Silver Efx)
- Images to work with.
The cost of this two-day workshop is £405 and it includes a 50-page workbook, Fotospeed fine art paper, pigment inks, use of Canon and Epson printers, coffee, tea and biscuits on arrival and at breaks during the day and a sandwich lunch.
To secure your place on this workshop, we take a £100 deposit payable now which you can pay by clicking the PayPal link below (no PayPal account needed).
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Four weeks before the day of the workshop we will require the balance which is payable via Bank Transfer. You will receive instructions by email.