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Easter Weekend Photography Workshops

Easter Weekend Photography Workshops - ePHOTOzine members can currently save 225 on Andrew Appleton's Cinematic Lighting photography course.

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Andrew Appleton Workshops

Andrew Appleton will be running a two-day cinematic styles workshop for digital stills photographers over the Easter weekend (7 – 8 April 2012) and ePHOTOzine members can exclusively save £225 on the course price.

Andrew said: "Have you ever wanted to recreate classic Hollywood style portraits, or simulate the fantastic atmosphere of films like The Third Man? Well now is your chance. Our 2-day cinematic styles workshop covers everything from lighting, composition and finding the correct location through to post processing techniques. Each workshop is limited to a maximum of 6 people so everyone gets plenty of shooting time.

Over the two days you will work with top models Kate Errington and Jen Brook together with highly acclaimed  MUA Pinklady to recreate 4 very different cinematic styles; Hollywod, Film Noir, art house and the beautiful rich colours of Jean Pierre Jeunet that have been interpreted so well by top US photographer Jaime Ibarra."

The workshop will be held at the Village Studios in Bexley on Saturday 7 April and Sunday 8 April 2012 and will run from 10am – 5pm. Lunch will be provided on both days.

ePHOTOzine members who sign up for the course will save £225. The normal price is £400 per person but by using the discount code 'easter' (no quotes and all lower case) you will pay £175.

For more information and to sign up for the course, visit Andrew Appleton's website: Bexley Workshops Calendar And Bookings
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