Workshops

Creative Photographic Workshops

Workshops Options

It’s time to start sharing ideas and getting together again.

My Workshops are held in Southport at Studio72, SRGB Photo Groups Meeting Room. SOUTHPORT  Bring your own lunch but all refreshments are included. 

Individual Workshops are also available. Laptop option, so you can work on your own images during the Workshop. Flexible dates to fit round your diary.

Dates

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DIARY 2022 

  • NEXT WORKSHOP
  • 4th September 10.30 – 3.30

DIARY 2022

  • One to One Workshops 10.30 – 3.30 

Flexible Bookings to fit around your diary and an option to bring a laptop. 

Booking

Booking is easy, just Contact me the date required and I’ll let you know the Availability & Payment Options

All consideration over Covid and refunds & rebooking is available.  

Workshop 22

Part of the Workshop is Playing with Boxes – The Heart Box

What's Covered?

There’s so many ways to add a little extra to your images. Create your own style by choosing to be more creative in your work. What will we look at during our workshop?

  • Creating your own textures & how to  apply them.
  • Making an ‘room” environment  
  • Adding emotion to the image
  • Composition and Structure
  • Making brushes. & applying to your work
  • Create your own brush logo
  • A Free Still Life Box & how to use it.

Basic Notes are Supplied on all sections of the workshop. Add your own notes to them. 

I’m happy to give feedback on any images created after the workshop using the techniques.

ALL RIGHT RESERVED 2022

One Comment

  1. I attended Dianne’s May 2022 workshop, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Dianne talked through her workflow in detail, with worked examples in Photoshop. She was happy to clarify points and repeat explanations if asked. I’d previously struggled with textures, but Dianne’s explanation clarified how to work with these in Photoshop. I’ve noticed a huge improvement in my own creative pictures since I started to use the techniques from the workshop.
    In the afternoon, we were each given a “box” to work with, which was great fun. These were ours to keep, so we could continue to experiment with still life scenes at home.
    Overall, I had a great day, and learned several techniques that I will continue to apply to my own creative photography.

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