Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September 10.30am – 4.30pm
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre (Café and Media Centre), New Cut, Halesworth IP19 8BY
Cost: Cost £60/£50 W&BA members (under-12s free)
Discover hidden worlds when you zoom down through the close-up capability of your lens. Reveal tiny details and miniature landscapes – a fungus the size of a nut blooms into a radiant flower; a brick surface is revealed as a vibrant abstract painting!
This two-day workshop, with photographer Jeremy Webb focuses on how to make the most of the close-up or macro setting on your digital camera. On Saturday Jeremy will demonstrate and we’ll use different locations in Halesworth to capture the fine detail of man-made and natural subjects, finishing with hands-on training in Photoshop editing. On Sunday we’ll work at the Media Centre to turn our images into abstract, expressive, or hyper-reality art. Further info from firstname.lastname@example.org
All you need to bring with you is a digital camera with macro or close-up setting and cable connections for downloading via a USB port or card reader.
Bring your own lunch. Coffee/teas available