Workflow with Phil Melia
Tuesday, 22nd February 7pm - 8:30pm
This event welcomes Phil Melia to explain what workflow is, indentify the elements of a good workflow and helps you establish an effective workflow. This event is aimed at those who have images scattered randomly on their computer, in the cloud and on external drives, who sometimes find it hard to find photographs they have recently created or historically created, who want to organise their photographs and who want to look at effective storage of their photographs. So if that is you, then come along to this event where Phil walks you through successful organization with the introduction to Digital Asset Management (DAM).
“Planning, being organised and having an efficient workflow are all essential parts of delivering photography in a professional capacity. It is also equally important for personal projects in both analogue or digital environments as precious images that have been hard worked for can be damaged or lost forever. It’s also important from an archival perspective, especially in documentary where the work can become culturally significant and important with the passage of time.” - Phil Melia
Phil Melia is a freelance professional photographer with a background in commercial, industrial and documentary genres. He started his career in 1983 where he studied HND Photography at Salisbury College of Art followed by staff photography jobs in Surrey, Cambridge and Manchester before going freelance in 1991.
Over the past thirty-five years, Phil’s worked on a diverse range of assignments for an eclectic mix of clients across the UK and worldwide. He has worked in studio and location environments, using analogue and digital workflows with a mixture of cameras and lighting covering both still and moving image content.
Phil was awarded an MA in Documentary Photography in 2006 and became a Fellow of The British Institute of Professional Photography in 2016. His work was shortlisted and published in the 2019 Portrait of Humanity Awards and was one of the published winners in the 2020 Portrait of Britain Awards.
Who is this event for?
This event is open to all. It’s particularly aimed at photographers and photographic artists either interested in setting up their own photographic or creative visual business, or in the early stages (first 3-4 years) of it. It will also be useful for anyone working as a photographer who is planning a change or feels their business could do with some refreshing, as well as recent graduates.
As with all Redeye’s events, the course is informal, friendly, welcoming and a safe space. We encourage attendance from all sections of the community regardless of your age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, disability or social class. We want everyone to be able to access this course so if you have any particular needs or restrictions, please let us know so we can work with you.
This event takes place on Tuesday, 22nd Febuary, 7pm - 8:30pm.
There are 18 sessions in the full course which run across various dates in January to April 2022 - see here breakdown of dates.
Online! You will need an internet connection and a computer, smartphone or tablet. These events will take place over Zoom.
Tickets for individual sessions are £12.50 for Redeye members and a full price ticket is £16.50.
Full course tickets are £145 for Redeye members and £190 for non-members.