News: Brighton Photo Walk, Newsletter, Halifax Workshop AND I Need Your Help!!!

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: July 26, 2013

Category: General

Hey Folks,

Friday is here 🙂

Got much planned for the weekend?

Well I thought I’d use today just to update you on a few things so here goes…

Brighton Photo Walk – FULL
All spaces for the the Brighton Photo Walk that I’ve organised for Saturday 24th August 2013 are now taken.

Originally I opened up the Photo Walk to 30 people but that filled up real quick  so I added 10 more spaces and those too have now been taken which I’m really chuffed about.

It’s going to be a GREAT day of socialising and photography and in such a fascinating place too. If you’re booked in to come along I’ll be emailing you nearer the date with more information re meet up location etc…

Newsletter Update
If you’re wondering why you’ve not received a newsletter for some time there is a valid reason….I’ve not sent one out 🙂
No in all seriousness it’s because there’s a lot going on and some changes coming…all good I hasten to add.

Any way very soon I’ll be picking up where I left off with the newsletter to keep you up to date and informed early of any events, trainings, workshops, events, reviews and more…

SIGN UP to receive my FREE Newsletter here [Link]

Halifax Workshop
A couple of days ago I posted about my 2 Day Dynamic Duo “Knock Out” Workshop in Halifax on a Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September 2013

If you’re looking to learn hands on about shooting action shots, portraits, physique shots and composites on location you’ll need to be quick if you want to BOOK YOUR PLACE

This is the first workshop of it’s kind where we’ll be on location shooting professional boxers, plus sports and physique athletes to then go into Day 2 where we retouch to all the way through with my NEW workflow that I think you’re going to love!

Lunch and Transport from Hotels is provided plus we’ll be heading out for social time at the end of Day 1 for a meal, drinks etc…can’t wait!

To BOOK YOUR PLACE click on this [Link] or visit the WORKSHOPS tab in the menu bar.

Hope to see you there.

Full Length Downloadable Tutorials
Ok so very soon you’re going to be able to purchase full length downloadable tutorials direct from this website!

I’ve already recorded some material  BUT I wanted to ask you a question…

Looking at my 500px portfolio AND back through posts what images would you like really like to see as downloadable tutorials?

If you’d like to let me know by emailing me to glyn@www.glyndewis.com or by leaving a comment below that would be AWESOME!

Right that’s all from me for today so have a Fantastic weekend whatever you’re up to and I’ll catch you back here in a few days.

In the mean time though thanks so much for looking in this past week and for the support!
Enjoy,
Glyn

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5 Comments

  1. Sander

    Hi Glyn,

    It would be perfect if you gonna show how you did the Wolverine picture. More specific: the raindrops what splashes against his body. Especially how you photograph the water drops in a tank and how do you take in account the lightning in relation to your composite. That would be great!!!

    Best regards,
    Sander

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  2. Andy

    Hi Glyn,
    Just wanted to say thanks for all the Photoshop techniques, tips and tricks you have given us, it has been invaluable in my own creative journey (not that I am or will be at your level any time soon!) The image that caught my attention was ‘The Farmer’ it would be fantastic if you could do a downloadable in-depth tutorial from start to finish, to encompass all the steps you took to get to this striking image. Many thanks.
    Andy

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  3. John Skinner

    Glyn;

    When reviewing all the images you have produced over these many months (it seems like your everywhere now)there is a common ‘look’ to those images. I don’t want to use the term ‘cartoon’ish’, but there are some aspects of your images that could be described that way. Much the same as Calvin Hollywood (but certainly not the same). This look is very appealing and although each of your images share this, they are very different. Not only in content, but feel. I would like to see how you get that ‘base’ look to these images. That after dodge & burn, after compositing, that final? touch. Maybe it’s applied before all of those steps, I don’t know.

    I’ll never get back to the UK. I’ll NEVER make it to Germany for on of these HIGH5 workshops… What’s a ExPat suppose to do?

    So ANY tutorials you can offer up on this look or technique you do would be the beans.

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  4. Ranz

    I agree with John Skinner. You’ve included a video with a cartoon effect with the model with the guns, but I’m more interested in how you got to the cartoon effect before your youtube video, so a complete breakdown would be awesome.

    There’s also the bodybuilding tutorial which I’ still after.

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  5. Robert Huber

    I love all of your images.

    Spriggan Mist is one that really captures my attention because of the overall mood. I don’t know if it is a complex composite or just brilliantly lit, but I would love to learn more about how it was accomplished.

    Thank you for your great insight into your work. Much appreciated.

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