Saturday 3rd September 2022 at Eskdalemuir Community Hub
This workshop is designed to help you compose and capture high quality photographs and to enhance and edit them – all from your phone.
Where: Eskdalemuir Community Hub
When: Saturday 3rd September
Time: 10.30am – 3.30pm
About this event
These days, the cameras on our smartphones are often equal and, in some cases, superior to traditional digital cameras and contain lots of fantastic features for capturing and editing stunning shots.
This workshop is designed to help you compose and capture high quality photographs and to enhance and edit them – all from your phone. You will learn how to use the different camera features on your smartphone to create the perfect shot as well as exploring aspects of storing, archiving, and printing your photographs.
All you need to take part is a smartphone, any model or type.
The workshop will run from 10.30am – 3.30pm, with a break for lunch.
Nicola Stead is a socially engaged artist working with photography based in Glasgow. Engaging with local communities within the west of Scotland to tell the story of the place as well as its people, she is interested in issues regarding personal, social, and cultural identities. Nicola has a First Class Honours Degree in Photography. Her work has been exhibited widely including Portrait of Britain, the RSA, Street Level Photoworks, Visual Arts Scotland and the Glasgow Women’s Library, as well being published nationally in publications including The Guardian and Source magazine.
This event is part of a series programmed by Autumn Voices in partnership with Eskdalemuir Expressive Arts, and is aimed at older people (60+).
With thanks to funding from Dumfries & Galloway Third Sector Interface Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund.
Upcoming Events, Eskdalemuir
Autumn Voices is pleased to be working again with Eskdalemuir Expressive Arts again this autumn. Catherine Urquhart will running Writing about Ageing in Haiku, a day workshop reading & writing haiku about ageing.
Eskdalemuir Community Hub, Saturday 28 October, 10.00–16.00.
Free, book via Eventbrite.