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ONLINE WITH ALEX
THE ART OF IN-CAMERA MULTIPLE EXPOSURE  (ME)

I know from experience that sometimes it's just not possible to attend an in person workshop, so I have developed a very exciting alternative that will give you LIVE access to everything I know about creating ME images from the comfort of your home. 

The course will be divided into three two hour sessions, accessed LIVE through a private and dedicated Facebook group, where I will break down ME into logical and easy to understand sections. The sessions I will record so you can watch them later if you need to go over the content again or if you were unable to watch live. All recorded sessions will be available for the duration of your course.

At the end of each session, I will give you an assignment and you will, of course, receive feedback and have ample opportunity to ask questions. 

As with all my workshops, the course is based around a friendly, relaxed and fun group environment, where you can learn from me, from your assignments and from other group members. You will be able to post and ask questions in the Facebook group for as longs your chosen course runs.

2023 Dates

Summer Course: 13th - 27th July

Session 1 - Thursday July 13th

Session 2 - Thursday July 20th

Session 3 - Thursday July 27th

All sessions are from 7.30-9.30pm European time.

Autumn Course: 28th September - 12th October

Session 1 - Thursday September 28th

Session 2 - Thursday October 5th

Session 3 - Thursday October 12th

All sessions are from 7.30-9.30pm European time.

Price: 155 euros per person for the 6 hour course, payable in full on booking.  Book before April 15th 2023 and get 5% off the price ! PLEASE EMAIL ME TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE.

Participants: Maximum number 15.

Aimed at: Complete beginner ME artists

 

You will need :

  • A DSLR or mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that has the capability of shooting up to 9 multiple exposures.

  • Either an 18-55mm zoom lens or around 35mm or 50mm prime lens (Full frame equivalent 24-70mm, 50mm or 75mm). I shoot mostly with the Fujifilm Xpro3/XT4 and the Fujifilm 16-55mm f 2.8 to give me maximum flexibility.

  • A sense of humour and a little patience, Rome wasn't built in a day!

What you will learn:

  • What ME is and why I create images in camera and not in post processing

  • How ME  can be used to completely transform a scene

  • What equipment you need - camera, lenses, focal lengths.

  • What factors are involved in making a good ME photo

  • Composition

  • Light

  • Moment

  • How to find scenes that work as ME photos

  • How to decide how many exposures to shoot

  • What the blend modes mean and how to choose which one to use

  • Camera settings 

  • Observation of a scene and looking at colour/black and white in an ME image. It’s not the same as in a single focused shot, not at all

  • Post processing

Create art you can be proud of!

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