Friday, 26 February 2010
Are you fit to shoot with one of the best car photographers in the world?
In an all-out drive to help keen car photographers improve their shooting skills, Calumet is searching for FIFTEEN photographers to work with top professional Tim Wallace on an exclusive two-day spring seminar event. The Flash Wheels II workshop at the famous Land Rover Experience site near Birmingham, comes hot-on-the-heels of the first Flash Wheels seminar event last autumn. Francesca Munden, Calumet’s PR and Events Coordinator said: “The response to the first one-day workshop was excellent, so this is our two-day follow-up. We’re looking for just fifteen photographers – they can be professionals, aspirational amateurs or car enthusiasts – to join renowned car photographer Tim Wallace on April 20th and 21st. These delegates will need to be fit enough to handle some hill walking but they will enjoy a full-on, action-packed car shooting extravaganza, which will cover all the key elements they need to improve their skill levels in this photo-genre. These include: the key elements of car photography, what it takes to become a competent car photographer, the environment and how it impacts on mood; DSLR versus medium format capture; lighting, shooting styles and shooting car-to-car techniques.”
The second day includes the following topics:
* The ‘commercial shark tank’: how to cope in the early days of a new career. * Professional workflow * How to use past traditions and techniques into today’s digital workflow *Post production.
The Flash Wheels II event, supported by Hasselblad, Profoto, Epson and onOne, costs £400 (incl VAT) per delegate and includes lunches. Additionally, Epson will provide one free finished digital print to each photographer at the end of the second day. For more details visit the Calumet website at www.calumetphoto.co.uk or book at any Calumet branch nationwide.
Posted by Calumet Photographic at 02:17