An intensive Intro to Judging course for photographers – combining structured lecture sessions, a group project and directed outside-of-class-hours research. Additionally, there will be an optional online judging project after course completion for practice.
- What Judges look for
- Developing your visual literacy
- Competition/Exhibition systems
- Know your biases
- Evaluating against absolute standards
- Quality benchmarks
- Doing a skills audit
- Expressions of creativity
- Communication strategies for Judges
Each course is approx 9 hrs of in-class instruction (3 sessions of 3-hours each) plus a shared homework project with 2 or 3 other attendees.
There is a limit of 12 per class, so get your enrolments in quickly.
The WAPF-WAPJA are running another judging workshop on February 8th, February 22nd, & March 8th at Team Digital, delivered by Brent Acie. The course is a 3-day (3 x 3-hours) workshop. The price is $100 for WAPF club members and eligible members can request a subsidy from their club and from WAPF. Full non-member price is $150.
Please note that the course will only proceed if enrolments exceed 6.
See the WAPJA web site for details of the course: https://wapja.com.au/index.php/workshops-you-be-the-judge/events-and-training.
Registration forms are not yet open, but you can reserve a place by contacting Colin White at WAPJA (email@example.com) or Brent Acie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Targeted at Preservation Services professionals and high-end amateur enthusiasts, this 3-hour seminar has been designed around the very successful Epson Perfection V800/V850 Film and Photo flatbed scanners. These scanners have quickly become an industry standard with their super-high 6400 dpi resolution and the highest dynamic range (Dmax 4.0) in their class. Couple this with the amazing Silverfast software, for professional colour management and workflow. Just perfect for archiving your precious memories.
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This 5-hour workshop deals with: choosing a subject, printing on various fine-art papers, canvas and other media; generating and using profiles to give you the best results; the concepts of Colour Management and specifically looks at printing Fine Art images for exhibition and competition.
Limited to 4 participants only.
Each will have their own:
- Latest Adobe software for Mac or Windows.
- Eizo ColorEdge monitor
And we will be printing from the latest Epson printers.
Participants will be printing their own images on the day, utilising the latest state-of-the-art printers, media and inksets.
Understanding which standards to utilise in different scenarios
Delving deeper into the soft proofing capabilities of ColorNavigator on your Eizo monitor
– working with contrast ratios
– setting media base colours
Gamut mapping and soft proofing
Analysing your Master file (Working print) for spatial qualities and checking for visual distractions.
Resizing and Output Sharpening strategies
As a bonus, attendees will be given access to the X-Rite Touch Centre for an hour to write their own printer/media profiles.
Session 1 is from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on Wednesday 16th May.
Session 2 is from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on Wednesday 23rd May.
The cost is for both sessions.
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Following on from the WAPF “YOU be the Judge” course, this intensive workshop considers perceptions of Art photography and their assessment. We combine structured lecture sessions, directed outside-of-class-hours research, and shooting for specific projects. Additionally, there will be an optional online project after course completion for consolidation of skills and knowledge.
- Types of assessment
- Assessment in an L&D environment
- Being receptive to Message & Meaning
- Say It with Colour
- Line, Shape and Form
- Strategies for Assessment
- Where’s the Art?
- Feedback and Content levels