Professional Imagemaker December 2017-January 2018 now available online

Imagemaker

The December 2017-January 2018 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now available online.

The 132 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, including:
Faye and Trevor Yerbury – The Fine Art Nude 3
McGillicuddy
Click Featured
Angela Adams talks to Magdalena Sienicka
Leopard Make-up – Malou Reedorf
Andrew Funderburg – Core Principles
Cass Davies – Building a solid newborn workflow
Photoshop Shorts – Creative Cloud 2018 Update
Robin Goodlad – Putting Food on the Table
Stuart Wood – Dining at The Savoy
Gary Hughes– Weaponise Your Blog!
Montizambert – Light, Depth and Demons
The Power of Simple by Robert Evans
PortraitPro 17 – Review
Feature – One Vision Imaging
Rich Photographer, Poor Photographer – Richard Bradbury
Neil Shearer – Shooting CrossFit

The cover picture is by Stuart Wood FSWPP.

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones and tablets.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website: http://thesocieties.net/professionalimagemaker/

Professional Imagemaker April-May 2016 now available online

Photo Magazine

The April-May 2016 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now available online.

The 140 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, from The New Societies’ Livery, Sofie Louca – In the surf, Stuart Wood’s Lighting Masterclass, to reviews on the Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-1000 and The DJI Inspire Pro, plus much more.

The cover picture is by Sofie Louca – The Societies of Photographers’ Sports Photographer of the Year 2015.

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices through the Apple Newsstand and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones and tablets.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website:
http://thesocieties.net/professionalimagemaker/

Stuart Wood Location Lighting in the Masonic Lodge of the Andaz Hotel

Stuart Wood

The Societies are pleased to announce a new Location Seminar for The Societies’ 2016 Convention with UK leading photographer, Stuart Wood.

Stuart will be hosting a practical one day Location Lighting Seminar at The Societies’ 2016 Convention.

Join Stuart and a model on Saturday 23rd Jan 2016 at the exclusive Masonic Lodge of the Andaz Hotel location to explore all aspects of location lighting!

Stuart has shot for some of the biggest magazines and TV shows in the country and he has worked in every type of location both in the UK and around the world and he has become known for his high end lighting techniques.

This seminar is going to be practical so don’t forget to bring your camera and a range of lenses.

For more information check out the Convention section of the website.

Places are strictly limited, book today to avoid disappointment!

Stuart Wood’s Superclass ‘Advanced Lighting for People Portraiture’ – Now Sold Out

Stuart WoodStuart Wood’s Superclass ‘Advanced Lighting for People Portraiture’ proves to be popular with photographers.

Stuart will be holding this Superclass on  Friday 16 Jan at the 2015 Convention. During this class Stuart will be teaching photographers creative ways to use lighting in the studio and on location for people portraiture.

Stuart will also be hosting a Masterclass at the 2015 Convention. Shooting People for the National Magazines and TV will be held in the Park Suite on  Saturday 17 January 2015 at 10:00.

Masterclass passes can be purchased from as little as £50 for a day pass or £150 for a full four day pass.

If you are looking to book a particular Superclass or Location Seminar, we advise you to book as soon as possible as places are becoming limited with the run up to the Convention.

For more information on our annual Convention please see: www.swpp.co.uk/convention

Professional Imagemaker December 2014-January 2015

Dec-Jan Photo Mag

The December 2014–January 2015 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now being dispatched.

The 156 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, from The Ryder Cup sports photography by Ian Cook, Adobe Cloud Updates, lighting by John Denton and Stuart Wood, 2015 Convention Speaker Profiles, plus much more.

The cover picture is by Stuart Bebb

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices through the Apple Newsstand and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones and tablets.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website:
http://thesocieties.net/professionalimagemaker/

Professional Imagemaker October-November 2014

Oct Nov 14

The October-November 2014 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now being dispatched.

The 164 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, from the World Cup sports photography by Paul Zammit Cutajar, composite photography by George Fairbairn, posing by Andy Cubin, lighting by John Denton and Stuart Wood, Samyang 800mm Mirror Lens review, plus much more.

The cover picture all 75 covers to date, pick your favourite!

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices through the Apple Newsstand and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones and tablets.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website:

Professional Imagemaker June-July 2014

June Jul 14The June-July 2014 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now being dispatched.

The 148 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, from posing by Andy Cubin to lighting by Stuart Wood. This issue also includes a review on Hahnemühle Photo Silk Baryta 310, the Panasonic Lumix GX7, Portrait Professional 12 and much more.

The cover picture is by Charles Farnell.

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices through the Apple Newsstand and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones and tablets.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website:

http://thesocieties.net/professionalimagemaker/

Professional Imagemaker April-May 2014

April May

April MayThe April-May 2014 issue of Professional Imagemaker magazine is now being dispatched.

The 148 page issue is filled full of tutorials for photographers, from posing by Andy Cubin to lighting by Stuart Wood. This issue also includes a review on PermaJet FB Gold and Jonathan Coleman – How to Set Up and Run a Busy Portrait Studio.

The cover picture is by Brett Florens shot on location at the 2014 Convention.

You can subscribe to Professional Imagemaker magazine for just £30 a year, it is also available on iOS devices through the Apple Newsstand and a Digital Edition is available to view on your computer, and HTML5 enabled smartphones.

For more information on this photographic magazine check out the following website:

http://thesocieties.net/professionalimagemaker/

Stuart Wood Superclass Advanced Lighting for People and Portraiture – Now Sold Out

Stuart Wood Superclass

Stuart Wood  SuperclassAnother popular Superclass at The Societies’ 2014 Convention has just sold out.

Stuart Wood will be hosting a Superclass on exploring creative ways to use lighting in the studio and on location.

But don’t be disappointed if you’ve missed out on this class. Stuart is also hosting a Masterclass on Shooting People for the National Magazines and TV on Friday 17 January 2014 at the Convention.

Masterclass tickets can be purchased from £50 for a day pass or from £100 for a full three day pass.

If you are looking to book a particular Superclass or Location Seminar, we advise you to book as soon as possible as places are becoming limited with the run up to the Convention.

For more information on our annual Convention please see:
http://www.swpp.co.uk/convention/