We are delighted to be hosting a seminar with portrait photographer Drew Forsyth at the Royal Northern College of Music, on the 12th October 2023, 7pm - 9pm.
Drew will lead a live demonstration of how he approaches an environmental portrait shoot, including lighting in difficult circumstances, working with talent, shooting tethered, and how to work efficiently to make sure you get enough coverage to tell an effective story.
About Drew Forsyth
Drew has appeared on the BBC News and his work has been published by The Guardian, The Times, and The Royal Photographic Society, amongst others.
Drew’s work can be characterised by an interest in individuals who have worked incredibly hard, sacrificed, and strived for perfection to achieve incredible results. Through this, he has had the privilege of working with some of the most fascinating individuals globally, including performers from The Royal Ballet, Nobel Prize-Winning Scientists, Entrepreneurs, Titans of Industry, and World Leaders.
Who is it for?
This event is for any photographer who would like to improve their skills and techniques on shooting portrait photography whilst in challenging settings or 'on location'. It's a perfect event to attend if you are a beginner but also an intermediate photographer wanting to pick up a couple of tips and tricks from a successful profesional photographer.
This event runs from 7pm until 9pm on Thursday 12th October 2023.
This event will be hosted in the Carol Nash Recital Room in the Royal Northern College of Music on Oxford Road Manchester. Please enter the college via the main entrance on Booth Street.
This event is £13 for paid members of Redeye and £20 for non-members.
Unless otherwise mentioned, we can usually offer a refund (less an admin fee of up to 25%) up to 14 days before an event. No refunds will be issued after this time, unless an event is cancelled.
We cannot offer refunds in any circumstances after an event has started.
Image Credit: Drew Forsyth