Marie and I attended the workshop “Shoot to Print” and had a fun day learning heaps. Andrew Merefield was the instructor and he provided the model for the shoot part of the day. Andrea Rose was experienced as a model which made our shooting easier. We took a number of images that worked well thanks to the guidance Andrew provided both to Andrea as well as to us in terms of camera settings and technique. A couple of images taken at the workshop appear below.
Last weekend was busy as we attended a “communicating with colour” workshop with Lisa Kurtz as the instructor. I gained a number of insights that I am sure will help my Print Project Challenge images. Using colour to convey mood or emotion can be a great way to assist in telling the story one wants to convey.
On Sunday evening we attended a night shoot with Andrew Merefield. Louise was our lovely model and initially we photographed her with the city skyline behind her as the sun was setting. We worked on a number of techniques including flash photography, using available light and ramping up the ISO, fun images using glow sticks and sparklers. Here is a couple of images taken at the workshop:
Also, over the last couple of weeks I have been playing around in Photoshop trying out different tools so I am better prepared for the work I need to do for my Print Project Challenge entry. In my last post I included my abstract image “Accident 1”. Since then I have taken that base and worked on it further to create ‘Accident 2”. I put it up on Instagram and it has received some favourable comments including the suggestion I print it on metallic paper. I plan to do that soon. Here is the image: