Could a dedicated list / calendar of hands-on Photographic Workshops be developed on this site.
This list/calendar would serve to inform beginner, intermediate and advanced photography enthusiasts of upcoming workshops in various aspects like Natural Light, Flash, Studio, etc.
I would welcome all information relating to any such workshops being held in Ireland by local and visiting photographers.
That sounds brilliant - would really like to see this too.
A few links to kick things off:
Institute of Photography Workshops & Courses
The Barn at Fellowsfield (One, two & three day workshops)
Gallery of Photography - Workshops including Framing & Mounting Workshop and Wet Plate Collodion - various weekends/evenings http://www.galleryofphotography.ie/activities/courses-workshops/
Hi there, I am a conceptual photographer with art work in Soho NYC and London and around Ireland. I am holding beginners and advanced workshops in Photoshop and Gimp if you are interested. Here is my site http://ellenmcdermott.blogspot.ie/p/blog-page.html
Some more courses:
Dave McKane (Institute of Photography) http://iop.ie/courses/index.htm
Gallery of Photography http://www.galleryofphotography.ie/2...and-imaging-2/
Dublin Camera Club http://dublincameraclub.ie/beginnersphotographycourses
It would be nice to keep this thread up to date - I'm always interested in any workshops or courses that might be running.
This one was posted in the main forum - it's in Cork in October 18th/19th 2014 - Street Photography.
David Gibson Street Photography Workshop
Also, the Beginners course in Dublin Camera Club starts tonight - 24th September. http://dublincameraclub.ie/beginnersphotographycourses
Date: October 9th 19:00-21:00
Location: Centre for Creative Practices, 15 Pembroke St Lower, Dublin 2
Creative expression through photo and art therapy: This workshop is designed for anyone who has an interest in using art materials and photographs for therapeutic benefit. The workshop will explore photo collage, self portraiture and using found photos in art making.
The aim of the workshop is to inspire creativity, personal development and community inclusion. The workshop will consist of a short information segment, an experiential art making session and some informal group reflection. The session is not art therapy training or a therapy session rather intends to give participants an idea of what art therapy is and how the process works.
Cost is €25 per person. Maximum of 12 participants.
Places can be booked on the Centre for Creative Practices website
Anybody else doing this this semester?
I'd love to talk about it right now
There's a photography walk in Powerscourt Estate with Fran Byrne on the 1st Nov. in case anyone is interested - details here. https://www.facebook.com/events/266590183504538/
Most likely limited spaces, €10 per person. 10am-1pm Sat. 1st Nov.
That's Browne with an 'e' (there's a Cork based Mike Brown too)
I was on Mikes course in Zurich in 2013 and found it good and very enjoyable (OK, doing the workshop in Switzerland added to the fun ) so I thought I'd just flag up that he'll be running a workshop in Enniskillen in August
He also has one of the best Youtube sites for learning photography so you can see his teaching style to see if it might work for you.
This looks really good, I should have posted it earlier but forgot. At €75 it's great value too.
There are some great workshops coming up with the guys down in Platform 3 in Cork.
I've booked a place on the day workshop in Killarney Would be nice to have a few more people on it!
Film/Darkroom printing workshops - a few happening with the next one on this weekend 7th Feb.
I've done the portrait workshop twice and it was great, highly recommended and great value.
In case people are interested - Dublin Camera Club have arranged an evening with Alan Ross. It's a ticketed event open to the public with limited numbers, tickets just €16. You can get tickets on the website.
Alan Ross was Ansel Adams’ Photographic Assistant from 1974 to 1979 and has been the exclusive printer of Ansel Adams’ Special Edition negatives for over thirty-five years. Should be a really good night. Super to have him in Dublin!