Judy Stokes pushes the boundaries of creative photography often creating images that look more like paintings than photography. She uses various techniques including the use of ICM (intentional camera movement) and in camera multiple exposures. She then has fun with her images in Photoshop. All these techniques will be shared with you: her shooting techniques and post processing ideas.
You will have hands on shooting time in several locations moving from the City to the Sea. You will then also be coached through post processing your images to create individual, artistic works.
Come to hear how you can nurture your creative flame and take home some memorable images.
Saturday November 11th
We will meet at 9.00am at the Christchurch Arts Centre Makers’ Workshop for an introduction to creativity with your camera - the thought processes behind Judy’s images and camera settings she uses: this includes ICM and multiple exposures .
At 10.00am we will move to the Botanical Gardens for the first photo shoot followed by lunch in the area.
After lunch we will return to the Arts Centre for a session on how you can nurture your creative flame followed by an introduction to post processing.
Our second hands on camera work session will be in the afternoon at Waimairi Beach for a dune and beachscapes session. This will be followed by an earlyish dinner.
New Brighton Peer will provide a backdrop for our third camera session where we will hopefully have golden light leading us to the sunset around 8.30pm.
Judy will be hands on at all these camera sessions showing you how she works to create painterly images.
Sunday November 12
We will meet early at Sumner beach for a sunrise shoot – this will be followed by breakfast in a local café and an introduction to ICM street photography. The City Art Gallery area will form the backdrop for our ICM Street photography shoot and lunch
After lunch we will do a hands on post processing session at the Arts Centre Common Room where Judy guides you to take your images from creative camera images to a finished unique work of art.
The Workshop finishes at 4.00 pm
All meals and refreshments will be self funded and taken in the various locations. We are not providing transport to the locations: these will be self drive but we will do our best to facilitate car pooling.
Participants will need a sense of adventure, a camera with a mix of lenses – preferably one of them a zoom. A laptop or computer with Photoshop downloaded onto it to do your own post processing for the Sunday afternoon session.
The Fee for this workshop is $245
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