The IPF are proud to present a lecture and workshop by Tony Worobiec FRPS on the weekend of the IPF Print & Projected Image competition on the 11th and 12th. of February. This is a fantastic opportunity to see a talented and very entertaining lecturer.
The lecture & workshop will take place on Saturday 11th February. The format will be a lecture in the morning and a workshop in the afternoon.
Tony will also be promoting his new book “The Landscape Photographer’s Bible”, 160 pages, softback. It deals with technical issues, approaches to Landscape and popular and less popular Landscape subjects, and is a must read for anyone with a passion for landscape photography.
The RRP for the book is STG£16.99 and is available for a special PPI Weekend price for €15. The book MUST be pre-ordered via this website to avail of this special discount price. Use the buy now putton to pre-order the book:
Note: Closing date for pre-orders is Sunday 29th January 2012 at 5:00pm
Payment for the lectures can be made be via paypal below:
or by contacting Michael O’Sullivan directly
Michael O’ Sullivan
Please include Check or Post order to cover the appropiate amount
One session €25.00
Two Sessions €40.00
Distinction holders €35.00
Michael can be contact by email by clicking here
Morning Lecture: Landscape Photography
Covering Landscape Photography using a digital SLR and focusing on issues relating to shooting landscape using a DSLR; this would include matters relating to lighting, weather, filters and of course HDR in its many forms.What Tony is essentially arguing is that landscape can be taken in any weather conditions, at any time of the day or year. The work featured will include images taken in the UK, Europe,America and of course the west coast of Ireland.
Afternoon Workshop: Enhancing landscape images using Photoshop
illustrate how to improve images and specifically landscape. This would start with something quite basic by merely improving the existing sky to dropping in entirely new ones using the excellent Refine Selection in CS5,but it will also show how various landscape can be plausibly moulded together. He will look at ways of creating simple and complex composites using the Blending mode and how to introduce a half-decent rainbow into landscape.There are of course numerous techniques in between. This workshop would also consider how to select the appropriate sky
Please also note that early booking for accommodation at the Creggan Court is advised for the weekend of the PPI event. The hotel is charging the same rate as last year. More details at http://www.creggancourt.com/
For more information on Tony Worobiec FRPS, please see www.tonyworobiec.com