The IWDIG is pleased to promote the Studio Lighting Courses as shown below. Many of our photographers have already attended one or more of these courses and they come highly recommended,
The course was great, I learnt a lot and was impressed by how professional both the trainer and model were. I’m looking forward to a refresher course later in the year, thanks.
If you’ve always wanted to try studio photography, learn about lighting or just take the chance to shoot a professional model why not give one of these courses a go. To check-out Charlotte’s professional model portfolio just click the picture below.
Maybe you’re not looking for studio training but would love your own professional photoshoot, click HERE to find out more. We are sure that you’ll find these items of interest and we know that Studio f56 would be pleased to take your call…
Adobe have offered up a super deal on their digital imaging software, just for Worldwide Photo Walk participants. If you dont already have Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3, those lucky people who took part in our Isle of Wight Photo Walk, (we hear), can now purchase it for only $99 a massive $200 saving.
News Update 21st Oct: Following further emails received, it appears this offer is no longer available to ALL Worldwide Photo Walk Participants. Continue Reading »
IWDIG have launched many internet friendly and digital photographic initiatives, over the last year, and now we have the only mobile phone friendly photography club website on the Isle of Wight.
Now mobile smartphone and device users can find their way around the website easily accessing all of the links and read all the content with ease. A recent initiative launched, in August, ensured regular mobile phone text alerts are already being sent to IWDIG photographers along with newsletters and updates.
Ever vigilant that visitors to our website were not just viewing the IWDIG on their Laptops and Pc’s but are accessing us on iPhones, android devices or Blackberries, we have installed a new mobile application this week. Continue Reading »
A belated but very big thank you to everyone who took part and visited the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group (IWDIG) during our ‘Get the Picture’ ITea and biscuits week soiree at Dimbola in September.
Age UK wanted people who already know how to use technology to pass on their ideas and know-how. As everyone at the IWDIG are potential digital champions they are always more than happy to pass on and share their knowledge. Continue Reading »
We’ve just heard the Photo Walk Competition deadline has been extended to 10th October.
If you haven’t uploaded your images yet, perhaps this could be the ideal time for you to take a look at Lightroom 3.
To that, we’ve published a few Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Video Tutorials to get you started on it. Continue Reading »
Gary introduced this talk by outlining the areas that he was going to cover that evening which included Photoshop and Lightroom hints and tips. His experience in both programmes enables him to tailor these to an audience of mixed photographic abilities and this always ensures him a welcome reception. Continue Reading »
Photographs are made rather than taken. In other words images are created by the photographer through the lens and in the darkroom – or the lightroom – by several stages of evaluation.
This was the basis of Gary Early’s session of Evaluating Photographs and HDR. Continue Reading »
All seats were taken for Gary Early’s presentation on back to basics in using a digital SLR camera.
Gary is keen to encourage photographers in their learning and understanding of their digital cameras, and the computer software they use to enable them to make the absolute most of their digital images. This involves good practice not only when taking images, but in preparing the camera before taking images, and getting into a regular routine when downloading, sorting, and storing images.
Referring quickly back to computer software, in addition to any evening’s presentation, Gary is always generous in his knowledge of computer software, and makes a point of stating what is currently available and letting everyone know about packages he has recently purchased and provides regular reviews about them.
As is usually the case during Gary’s sessions, he packs in so much, takes time to listen to members’ questions and to explain things as fully as possible, invariably the evening has disappeared and there’s still more he would have liked to have gone through.
It would take too much space to write here all the details of the evening, but to give you an idea, below are just a few of the things covered: Continue Reading »