Gulf Photo Plus announces free open night
Dubai, November 8, 2009
Organisers of the four day Foto Weekend by Gulf Photo Plus which is all set to open on November 19, have announced the addition of a free open night to the programme.
The Foto Weekend Open Night will commence at the Knowledge Village. The evening promises fun, entertainment, education and networking with other photography lovers, according to a spokesperson.
Photography experts, David Tejada, David Nightingale and Bobbi Lane will share a selection of their work and insights, as well as provide useful tips, he said.
David Tejada will present a slideshow of his work spanning 18 years of shooting corporate, industrial and portrait assignment experience. He'll also share with the audience some tips that have helped him to perform consistently at the highest level to become one of the most sought after photographers in his genre in the US.
Bobbi Lane who is an expert on portraiture and lighting will talk about portraits, and the concept and intention combined with the techniques to create memorable images.
David Nightingale, founder of one of the most popular photoblogs, Chromasia will talk about the power of Photoshop, share some of his inspiring work and give some tips on how to enhance your images with minor modifications regardless of your level of Photoshop knowledge and experience.
The winners of the Canon Go Green competition will also be announced at the event.
A total of five international photographers (Bobbi Lane, Chris Hurtt, David Nightingale, Robin Nichols and David Tejada) will showcase their skills at Foto Weekend 2009 by Gulf Photo Plus teaching creative portraiture, studio lighting, tips and tricks for directing models, travel photography, photoshop and working with flash.
Foto Weekend 2009 by Gulf Photo Plus will be held from November 19 to 22 at Dubai Knowledge Village.-TradeArabia News Service
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