10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Sunday 24 June 2018
Photography with Gary Grealy
Award-winning photographer Gary Grealy gives teens an insider look at photography’s evolution from the 1960s onwards. Grealy discusses how advances in technology have transformed the creative role of the photographer and demonstrates how to use digital hardware – camera, studio lights and tethering devices. Working in teams, participants take part in a fashion shoot that emulates a professional set up. They learn how to edit images using Photoshop and take home their own fabulous fashion image at the end of the day. This workshop is ideal for Year 11 (preliminary) and Year 12 (HSC) Visual Arts students with a significant interest in photomedia, and older teenagers wishing to finesse their photography skills.
Paid event $50. Includes lunch. Please book via Eventbrite.
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Gary Grealy has established himself over many years as an advertising and portrait photographer in Sydney. Work has been commissioned by leading advertising agencies, major national and international clients. Gary's art work is in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia and the National Portrait Gallery. For seven years of the eight year history of the National Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery Gary's work has been exhibited as a finalist. Grealy appears in: