Photographing people – Ffotogallery18 Apr 2017, Posted by Cardiff, Community, Ffotogallery, Out & About in
After the success of our first term, I can confirm that I will again be leading the next term’s “Photographing People” module in May as part of Ffotogallery‘s education programme based in Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre.
In case you need reminding, full information about the module is below! There are also many more courses on offer through Ffotogallery’s education programme via their website – full details and outlines of which can be found at the following page online: http://www.ffotogallery.org/courses
Ffotogallery also offer gift vouchers – in multiples of £20 or £50 – which can be accepted as part or full payment towards one of their education courses. A potentially perfect gift for people with a passion for photography.
Enrollment is open! For more information about their courses, or how you can be involved in Ffotogallery’s wider education programme please contact: 029 2034 1667 / email@example.com
Hope to see some of you at Ffotogallery in the near future.
Photographing People – http://www.ffotogallery.org/photographing-people
This course explores factors involved in producing insightful portraits. Through photographing people in a variety of situations and lighting conditions and looking at work by contemporary and historical photographers, students develop an understanding of the subject / photographer relationship. Practical techniques such as lighting control and fill-in flash are also developed.
Fee: £200.00 (Reduced Fee £ n/a)
Tutor: Kate Mercer
Duration: Summer term 2017 – 5 fortnightly Saturdays from 13th May 2017
Time: 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Ffotogallery Classrooms, Chapter, Market Road, Cardiff
Ffotogallery is the national development agency for photography and lens based media in Wales, their aim being to develop the practice, enjoyment and understanding of contemporary photography and lens-based media to national and international audiences. It’s a pleasure to be able to support their efforts through their course programme, which is part of their wider programme of commissioning, exhibitions, publishing and events. Their courses are a unique opportunity for people outside of full-time education to develop their interests in photography in small groups, in an enjoyable informal atmosphere in artist-led sessions.