Kim Westerskov Workshop
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Is your photography in a bit of a rut?
Would you like to create some new and different “Wow!” photos?
Would you like some clever new ideas to get “Honours” at your camera club?
Want to try some new techniques?
Want to lift your photography to a new level?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this is the workshop I’ve designed for you. In fact, I’ve been working on it for several years now: researching &, looking for new “Wow!” ideas that you might like. And then experimenting, testing the ideas, and their potential for a workshop.
We’ll explore the exciting possibilities of using frozen floral, botanical, and other subjects, out-of-focus “how on Earth did you get that??” photos using unexpected materials and techniques, mirrors [broken and unbroken], crystal glass balls, soap bubbles, effervescence, bokeh from fairy lights, and many more ideas. All you need to do is bring yourself and your camera. I’ve already got the frozen flowers, the unexpected materials, the fairy lights, prepared the broken mirrors and gathered together the other stuff we’ll need: the crystal glass balls [flown in from USA], a variety of mirrors, special soap for bubbles [also flown in from USA], effervescence [from my local supermarket], feathers, and more.
This workshop will be very different from my other workshops. We’ll spend some time looking at a variety of good and great new ideas and techniques for you, and then – much earlier in the day than usual – I’ll set up the equipment and you’ll bring out your cameras and get photographing. You’ll go home with your memory
card full of exciting new photos. Promise!
When: Sunday 12th September. 9.00am – 5.00pm.
Cost: Full course fee [which includes tuition, hand-outs & yummy
catering – $295 or $245 Early Bird if you book before 2nd September. Full-time students with ID $145.
“Will this be that same workshop as last year?” I hear some of you asking.
Answer: It will be a mix of brand-new techniques plus tried and true ones from last year.