New ‘Tester’ Workshop – 8th May

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 5, 2010

Category: General

First off I just want to say a HUGE thank you to Rick Wenner for being April’s Monthly Guest here on the blog and for writing a knockout post accompanied by some superb examples of his photography. Clearly Rick’s post was well received as some more of the posts below from Facebook prove:

“I like the pics alot. My fave is off the girl leaning back in the black leggins. I want a shot like that!!”

“Great blog and pics; top work”

“Love all of them…great work xx”

“So lovely and intriguing..lighting is perfect..wonderful”

… and so it goes on; nice one Rick!!!

Secondly, I’m holding another ‘tester’ Workshop but this time we’re going to be doing things a little different. The date for the diary is Saturday the 8th May 2010 and this time we’ll be working in the studio, out on location and also covering some editing techniques using both Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. I’m opening this up for 8 Photographers; free of charge for those who attend as the only payment I ask for is to see you walk away with images you wouldn’t have been able to achieve before coming along.

So, the lines are open! If you want to join me on what could possibly be the final ‘tester’ before we go live then get in touch by email or by leaving your details in the comment section below, but remember, spaces are limited to 8 Photographers.

Look forward to seeing you soon 🙂

*UPDATE: The ‘Tester’ Workshop is now full so keep checking back just in case I run another (you never know!)

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13 Comments

  1. Noel Hannan

    Hey Glyn, this sounds like a great tester – please add my name to the list! Also, congratulations on a fantastic post from Rick… get him over here to do a few shoots… Speak soon, Noel

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  2. David Kelly

    Hi Glyn. Your tester workshop sounds like a wonderful opportunity if slots are still available, but I’m wondering what level of photographer are the workshops aimed at and whereabouts is it based?
    I’ve often wondered about attending workshops such as yours that are advertised in various mags but having no prior studio shooting experience I’d feel way out of my comfort zone. I have a hard time trying to direct my 4 year son for portraits, let alone a model 🙂

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    • Glyn

      Hi David. The workshop tester will be in and around the Amersham, Buckinghamshire area and are aimed at those people who have a flash but never really known what they can do with it. We’ll be covering: natural light, creating a ‘look’ using off camera flash amongst other things. No previous experience in required. All I ask is that you know your way around your cameras menu so that you can put it into Manual, use exposure compensation etc… the rest we’ll be covering at the ‘tester’. It’ll be very relaxed and at a pace so that everyone ‘gets it’ and we make sure you leave having had that ‘ahhhh haaa’ moment…lol

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  3. Keith

    Hi Glyn, i think you knew i was up for this, hope i make the list. Cheers Keith

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    • Glyn

      Keith, no worries. You’re on the list 🙂

      Reply
  4. Sean Gannon

    Gyln

    Please include me if poss. Shame the last one didnt happen.

    Sean

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  5. Simon

    This sounds like a great idea, so just dropping by to see if I can also be on the list ;< )

    cheers

    Simon

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  6. Tom

    Any places left? Please put my name down if so. Thanks!

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  7. Sean McCormack

    Let me know how it goes. I might try that out too!

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    • Glyn

      Will do mate, cheers.

      Reply
  8. Tom

    Sorry Glyn, any places left please?

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    • Glyn

      Hi Tom,
      Apologies but the spaces filled real quick. I’m going to drop you an email with a suggestion 🙂
      Cheers,
      Glyn

      Reply
  9. Tom

    Hmmm, sounds intriguing…

    Reply

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