OUDCE – Photographing Historic Buildings **CANCELLED**
16 September - 17 September
** This event has been CANCELLED
9.00am Registration and coffee
9.30am Welcome and introduction, followed by the first session discussing the nature and use of light. How the digital camera works, Choosing and using digital cameras and adjusting the settings to produce suitable images. Understanding the histogram
12.00pm Second session. Making the image. What to record. Viewpoint, timing, lighting and controlling perspective.
1.15pm Afternoon on location in Oxford City. Demonstrations on composition and lighting techniques. Followed by a practical session where students are able to use their own cameras to capture images for use in the post-production sessions.
4.45pm Return to Rewley House
5.00pm End of first day
Thursday 17 September 2020
9.00am First session. Post production techniques demonstrating how set up the editing program, how to make adjustments to contrast, colour, cropping the image, controlling tonal range, removing unwanted objects, correcting verticals and other distortions in the image and resizing the image. Using the RAW file converter
12.00pm Second session. Saving the image, file types, Metadata and storage media.
2.00pm Practical session using Adobe software to post- produce images captured on day one practical session
3.45pm Continue post-production session
4.30pm View images and final discussion and round up.
5.00pm Course concludes
Langford’s Basic Photography: The Guide for Serious Photographers, Paperback – 8 Dec 2015
by Anna Fox (Editor), Richard Sawdon Smith (Editor)
Photographing Historic Buildings by Steve Cole, Historic England (2017)
Course Director : Steve Cole is a professional freelance photographer specialising in architectural photography. He worked for English Heritage for many years and is the author of Photographing Historic Buildings (Historic England, 2017)
Course Tutor: Derek Kendall, has spent over 40 years guiding his cameras towards a diverse and fascinating variety of architectural and fine art subjects. His images have illustrated over 100 publications. Most recently London Hidden Interiors (Atlantic Publishing)