Exploring Digital Photography with Carsten Schael

Date :
Saturday, 19 November 2011
Time :
14:00 - 18:00
Venue :
2/F, T T Tsui Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Hong Kong
Cost :
$800 Member, $880 Non-member, $600 Student with valid ID
Limit :
Note :
Tea refreshments included

Many photography enthusiasts have embraced digital photography in recent years. But the transition from analogue to digital was not always without problems and frustrations. Learning new terminologies and mastering the use of multi-function options to capture the perfect shot can be a challenge.

Carsten Schael, one of the distinguished jurors of the "Celebrations!" exhibition, is the President of the Institute of Professional Photographers and an award-winning photographer who has worked with digital imaging for over fifteen years. From capturing the shot to processing and outputting the final product, he has used digital technology to create a large variety of images for uses ranging from international advertising campaigns to fine art works.

In this comprehensive four-hour workshop, Carsten will provide you with answers, solutions, tips as well as tricks on how to make the most of your digital equipment.

Participants are invited to bring along your preferred camera for some hands-on instruction and problem-solving. You may also bring samples of your digital images (JPG files on USB stick) to solve any specific questions