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The Societies Newsletter
18 March 10
 
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On top of this you also receive six-month’s subscription to Photo Pro Magazine, itself worth over £25, which is packed with features, information and tips from some of the most successful photographers and trainers in the business today. It’s the perfect package for those looking to move into the photographic profession, so sign up today.

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Available Light Available Light

There are huge advantages to shooting with natural or available light: it lets you shoot more spontaneously, it puts your portrait subjects at ease, and it makes it easier to see the relationships between highlights and shadows. Above all, working with natural light will get you to think on your feet and become a better photographer, because every time you shoot you'll be presented with a new lighting situation. This book will help you rise to each occasion and create outstanding images with natural light.

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CLASSIC Pro Techniques & Color Management Set CS3 (Eddie Tapp)

Was £165.00 Now £40.00

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Photographic News

HONL PHOTO introduce Gold/Silver 8 Snoot!

Calumet set for One Day Only spring trade show

Nikon Moves To The Heart Of The Image With New Advertising Campaign

http://swpp.co.uk/professional_imagemaker/

Quick Tips - Now let’s get this straight!

The problem is one we all face from time to time. A beautiful window, a memorial frieze, whatever – they are always too high! In the absence of a rising-front lens/camera, pointing the camera upwards, to get in all the view, results in key stoning. To cap it all, the shot is probably not level and you are not quite centred, so the left side is a different size to the right side! The shot would look so much better all squared off.

Read the solution here: http://swpp.co.uk/professional_imagemaker/straight.htm

Gordon McGowan Gordon McGowan Two Day Photography Masterclass

The Gordon McGowan Masterclass will be limited to twenty delegates, making sure that everyone can get stuck in to the action and not be bombarded by the busy crowds that Gordon usually attracts.

This two day Masterclass is open to all abilities, both amateur and professional and costs £195 for both days. It will be held at the fantastic location of Margam Park which has beautiful grounds and some great architecture which is perfect for this wedding and fashion photography Masterclass. Margam Park is very easy to find located just a few minutes from junction 38 on the M4 motor way.

Things you can expect on this training day:

* How Gordon works on a wedding
* Incorporating fashion photography with wedding photography
* Posing
* Expressions
* Choosing the right backgrounds
* Working with an odd shaped couple (large groom, small bride)
* Working with a video light and natural light
* The Inspire Photo Training team on hand to help

To secure your place on this fantastic Masterclass please see Inspire Photo Training's website for more details.

http://www.inspirephototraining.co.uk/

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