Webinars on Photographic Inspiration
Looking for inspiration or something to light that spark and start a new photography project? Check out our webinars on photographic inspiration to start your journey.
What is Fine Art Photography? Many photographers call themselves artists, but what do we understand by the term?
Perhaps, if you like something enough to buy and display in your home, then it is art. However, not all of our colleagues will agree, but this make it any less art? I’ll be sharing my thoughts of what fine art is, and looking at examples from our photographic peers that have broken the mould into the art world, using their images as examples to possibly influence our future view.
When was the last time you actually examined the content of an ‘art’ image rather than just glancing at what was in front of you? In this talk, Tom tries to get under the skin of the elusive question, ‘What is art photography?’, perhaps prompting you to consider your own perspective on the subject.
Join Fiona Elizabeth as she introduces The Photography Retreat; a weekend of recalibrating creativity, learning to slow down and observe, creating photography that your clients will love, whilst enjoying the beauty of Wales.
In this Live session Fiona will discuss awards, what makes great photography and how The Photography Retreat is all about nurturing creativity.
Join Stuart Wood FSWPP for a conversational webinar on how he’s used lockdown time to advance his business and photography.
From mindset, following your dream projects and taming that inner voice that stops you pursuing your aspirations; Stuart will discuss how he’s mastered all this to land major, luxury, styled wedding shoots that have put his business in front of his ideal audience, and networking with some of the most influential people in the industry.
Boston-based magazine photographer, Rick Friedman, will share some of the images from his 40 plus year career. From photographing 12 U.S. Presidential campaigns, to photographing celebrities, working on movies, creating portraits, photographing models, and travel & wildlife photography. Rick will talk about how these different types of photography over lap.
Rick will share some of his location lighting techniques and some of the back stories of how the photographs were created.
Rick has presented at several The Societies of Photographers’ Conventions. He is a Tamron Ambassador and a Savage Universal Ambassador and has taught his “Location Lighting Workshops” across the US, Canada, UK and UAE.
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This webinar is designed to give you new ideas on how to enhance your creativity in photography by using other influences such as film, theatre, literature, music and other cultures and being inspired to stretch out of your comfort zone and go exploring into other areas to find your own unique voice. Inspiration can come from surprising places, and it’s only a question of looking and listening and training yourself to be receptive. This, coupled with sound photographic knowledge, can take your images to new heights and win you new clients for both private and business photography.
If you are at a place in your career where you are ready to break through a creative plateau, then join David and Luke for a fun conversation.
Concepts covered include:
Thoughtfully making photographic ideas come to life and discussing their creative process, and suggestions of steps you might consider.
Looking at some of the road markers that indicate when we are forming sound artistic decisions.
And then, what happens when we start to place our lights, pick up our camera, and possibly bring our subjects into the scene.
If you’d like to work faster and smarter or enjoy the artistic process a bit more the next time you’re creating a concept, this is the webinar for you!