Monthly Archives: March 2016

3.Future moves

Future moves for the industry – A case study and seminar that assesses future technologies with photography and their impact on the industry. Possible discussion areas: DSLR/MovieCameras, Stills from Movies, 4k Industry standard 4K resolution, also called 4K, refers to … Continue reading

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5.Photographic goods, cameras and equipment

  Retail Jessops Wilkinsons Jacobs London Camera exchange Trade Calumet –calphoto.co.uk – Equipment hire – Try before you buy – rent for the day   Wex –wexphotographic.com – Online retailer   B&H Photo – American company (trade and retail) Silverprint – Online … Continue reading

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8.Health and Safety

Health and Safety in the Photography Studio • Tripping: – Camera Stand, Props, Tri-pods. Ensure the lights/fittings are secure on the stands and that there is sufficient space for everyone to move around without a tripping/collision hazard. • Bumps: Hanging … Continue reading

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6.AOP and other support bodies

  AOP The Association of Photographers was first formed in 1968 as the Association of Fashion and Advertising Photographers and is one of the most prestigious professional photographers’ associations in the world. The Association’s aims remain the same today as … Continue reading

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9.Insurance

Insurance.   Hiscox – photographer’s insurance   Hiscox photography insurance is a tailored branch of our professional indemnity insurance policy. It is designed for anyone providing professional photography support services and protects your business against the cost of settling or … Continue reading

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Lomography

The process with Lomography is different to colour film as the outcome is different. When using colour film you achieve a smart clear image whereas with Lomography film you can expect over saturated colours, off exposure and blurring. This can … Continue reading

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Photoshop Actions

Photoshop Actions Actions are used so you can easily repeat a process that you have taken to edit an image. Photoshop will record what you are doing to an image so that you can come back to it another time … Continue reading

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