Calumet has unveiled one its most wide-ranging programmes of events ever this autumn, with workshops in subjects as diverse as shooting live bands to glamour portraits.
The line up includes:
Award-winning wedding photographer Crash Taylor on the secrets of his shoots from bridal preparations to the first dance
John Clements heads a special studio lighting workshop and describes glamour shoots through the ages.
Tom Barnes focuses on music photography aimed at shooters keen to work with live bands, plus production and post production techniques.
Wildlife and landscape photographer Geoff Simpson has three different workshops focusing on shooting reptiles, seals and red deer
California-based Ralph Velasco centres on “his vast experience as a travel photographer with unmissable tips on how to develop your photographic eye plus the key elements of photographic composition”
Tim Wallace on commercial photography
Pete Jenkins on press and photojournalism
Uzair Kharawala on global marketing
The workshops run all around the country, from London to Edinburgh, with as many as five workshops per week sceduled.
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