“Discover Your Unique Voice in Street Photography”: Melbourne 3-day Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop (September 5-7th, 2014)

Do you feel that when you look at your street photographs, you have a hard time defining your style? Do you dream of creating unique and eye-popping images that stand out from the crowd? Do you want to find that signature style that you can put your stamp on and be proud to share with the world?

If so, I am excited to invite you to my upcoming 3-day Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop in Melbourne (September 5-7th, 2014). The workshop will be limited to an intimate class of 12 passionate individuals who want to polish their skills and break outside of their comfort zones.

This unique workshop will give you the opportunity to hone your street photography voice, vision, and style while giving you the skillsknowledgeand confidence to take your street photography to the next level.

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WORKSHOP // Natural Light Portrait Workshop

Morgan, Simon and I would like to thank everyone for coming to our natural light workshop on Saturday 28th June. Thanks also to Hamish, who offered to be our subject for the afternoon.

It was great to go over the techniques and tools we use when creating portraits using only the light we have available, whether that is window light, sunlight or even existing interior lighting.

Here are some of our picks from the workshop.

By Morgan Roberts   Technique:  Window key light

By Morgan Roberts
Technique: Window key light

By Nick Bedford   Technique:  Window key light with second window acting as rim light

By Nick Bedford
Technique: Window key light with second window acting as rim light

By Nick Bedford   Technique:  Cloudy sun light

By Nick Bedford
Technique: Cloudy sun light

Here are a number of behind the scenes photographs from us and a few attendees, Kenny, Connor & Justin.

So thanks again to everyone for attending, we look forward to seeing everyone in the future and feel free to post any pictures from the day on our Facebook page. 

For those who already asked and for those who have not, we have just announced TWO workshops. First to take place this month 'ONE LIGHT OFF CAMERA FLASH PORTRAIT WORKSHOP' and for early August 'FILM DEVELOPING WORKSHOP'. Check them out and hope to see you there. Remember places are limited, we like to keep them personal.

Simon, Morgan, Nick

IPA Photo Project to Book Workshop with Ian Teh & Kosuke Okahara

Wednesday 16th – Saturday 19th October 2013 | National Museum of Singapore

 

An intensive workshop produced by Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) and mentored by 2 leading contemporary photographers Ian Teh (Malaysia/UK) and Kosuke Okahara (Japan). 

This 4 day workshop, part of the inaugural IPA Photo Books Show 2013, is for photographers working on photo projects or a body of work that they wish to visualize and publish into a photo book. Participants will gain insights and learnings from mentors Ian and Kosuke on working on long-term projects right through to conceiving, editing and designing their work for the printed format. Participants will finally make their own hand-made photo book dummies with Epson K3 Ink prints on Epson Matte Art fine stock provided by Epson Singapore, and Japanese Washi Paper provided by Awagami Factory.

Workshop Requirements

  • Participants are required to bring a project or body of work with approximately 30-50 images.
  • Participants are required to bring PRINTS (Approx. 4R/4" x 6" size) and JPG files of their images for review, editing and book dummy printing.
  • A laptop or mobile computer with photo editing software is also required for the workshop. 

Workshop Details
Date: Wednesday 16th – Saturday 19th October 2013.
Workshop Venue: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road Singapore 178897
Instructor: Ian Teh (www.ianteh.com) and Kosuke Okahara (http://kosukeokahara.com)
Fees: USD$500

IPA Photo Books Show 2013 and this workshop is proudly supported by National Museum of SingaporePLATFORMEpson SingaporeAwagami Factory and Chiif Cameras.