Week 3 with DUPA
Don’t forget our Healthy Trinity Photo Competition is still open until this Friday!
We’re teaming up with Healthy Trinity, and looking for photos that come under the theme is ‘Health and Wellbeing in Trinity.’ This can include physical, social, and psychological health and wellbeing!
The winner will receive a €200 One-4-Alll voucher, and have their work displayed and used in promotional material by Healthy Trinity – so get shooting to be in with a chance of winning a fantastic prize!
To enter, simply email up to three photos and accompanying captions to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject line ‘HEALTHY TRINITY.’
Deadline for submissions is Friday October 14th.
Class 3 – The Composition Handbook Part II
Wednesday 12 October, 7pm, Uí Chadhain Theatre Arts Block
Composition Handbook Part II will tie together other useable elements in a scene; from colour theory to leading lines, Mike will discuss some easily forgotten principles of composition that when used in conjunction with guidelines in Part I, give a fuller understanding of KILLER composition.
Missed last week’s class? Don’t worry about it! Mike’s lecture slides are available online at duphotos.net, plus he’ll spend a couple of minutes recapping the content covered in the previous lecture.
Thursday 13 October, 6.30pm, Atrium Darkroom
We’re having another hour-long darkroom workshop that will provide a general overview of how to get to grips with the darkroom for those with little or no experience of using it, providing to participants a thorough explanation of how to use the equipment such as the enlarger, photo-sensitive paper, chemicals and understanding grades of contrast, all in the area of black and white printing. There will be a demo during the class to demonstrate firsthand the entire process.
PLEASE NOTE: These workshop is merely a demo, so we will not have the time to develop each participant’s roll of film! If you would like to develop your film, please book the darkroom after the workshop on: http://duphotos.net/darkrooms/darkroom-booking/
Given limited capacity, prior sign-up to the workshop is required. You can sign up for the workshop here:
Don’t know where the darkroom is? You can find directions here!
***NOTE: The class will cost €2 per attendee, and will be collected before the class commences.***