IWDIG (Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group) is pleased to be supporting this year’s Freshwater Live event.
A FREE walk-in studio photography event will be taking place at Dimbola Museum & Galleries, on Saturday 16th July 2016 between 2 – 6pm.
If you’ve always wanted to try studio photography, learn the basics of lighting or just take the opportunity to shoot a professional model, or if you would just like to have your portrait taken or to be a model why not pop along to Dimbola Museum & Galleries on Saturday 16th July 2016. Continue reading
Tis the season to be jolly and where better for our members to get in the spirit than at the annual Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group Christmas soiree at Dimbola.
A special thanks to Amanda for all of her hard work in putting together the superb Christmas Dinner as always, nobody went home hungry we’re sure!
Interested photographers of all abilities are invited to welcome in the New Year with us when we resume sessions on 6th January 2016.
IWDIG Review 2015 and Christmas Soiree photo card below…. Continue reading
The IWDIG provide training in all aspects of digital photography and our Studio Lighting Courses as photographers have already attended come highly recommended…
Just wanted to thank Gary and the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group for the most excellent photographic studio workshop last week-end at Dimbola.
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.
All studio courses are equipped with the latest Elinchrom computer controlled lighting systems.
We are pleased to invite anyone with an interest to join us on Wednesday evening (21st October 2015) at Dimbola to view a wide selection of images that were taken during the day on the photo walk.
Our annual IWDIG Photowalk as planned to coincide with the bicentenary celebrations of Julia, now celebrated as a pioneering portraitist will take place around Freshwater Bay. As always, the event is free to attend.