This event is part of the Redeye Academy programme. Whether you consider yourself an amateur or enthusiast Redeye Academy aims to give you the best available training, development and support in contemporary photography.
The Role Of Post-Production in Contemporary Photography is an evening workshop for anyone looking to develop their post-production editing skills. Post-production is often seen as something that occurs at the end of the photographic process, but this isn't the only way to think about it. Rather than thinking of Photoshop, or other image editing software packages, as just something to be used to 'fix' photographs after they are taken, it can inform the entire photographic process: from visualising the initial capture; through determining the exposure and pressing the shutter; to editing your image to reveal its creative potential.
Who is it for?
The workshop is aimed at anyone with little or no experience of post-production editing in photography.
Professional photographers, David and Libby Nightingale will guide you through post-production in contemporary photography covering these main themes:
- Parallels to traditional processes and techniques
- Creative interpretation of a scene
- Developing a personal style
David Nightingale is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer and instructor, and is the Creative Director of Chromasia Training Limited His clients include the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the Dubai International Financial Centre, the Arts Council in England, the Van Volxem winery in Germany, Sony UK, and Sony Middle East and Africa. He is also an instructor at the Gulf Photo Plus training events in Dubai.
Libby Nightingale is Co-Director of Chromasia Training Limited, a photographic and post-production training company, specialising in online photography and photoshop training, one-to-one tuition and the delivery of high-quality workshops around the world. Her background is in management and psychology and she has won numerous awards including Winner of the Business Start-up category of the 2009 North West Women in Business Awards, and finalist in the Outstanding Women in Business category of the 2008 ABF Tiger Awards.
This event starts at 18:00 on 15th March 2017 until 21:00. Doors open at 17:30.
This event takes place at the Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art, Thomas Street, Northern Quarter M4 1EU. The venue is fully accessible.
Please book your ticket using the links below. You need to be signed in to do so. Tickets are £30.00. Redeye members £25.00. To find out more about becoming a member go to our membership page
Image: David Nightingale of Chromasia