Time Out PhotoFriday 2012 will be held on March 9, 2012 and will feature an action packed day filled with impressive seminars, talks and panels by some of the world’s top photographers.
There will be a total of 16 ninety-minute sessions spread out over 4 time slots throughout the day. This year we've changed the ticketing format to better suit your needs. Instead of an open day pass, tickets are priced at Dhs 50 per individual class; but if you purchase tickets for 3 separate classes, the fourth class is free! This way you're guaranteed a seat in the class of your choice. Seats sell out fast, so make sure to book yours today.
If you are buying tickets for your friend(s), choose your sessions first then click on 'Buy for a friend' and then select their sessions. Repeat as required.
Time Out PhotoFriday will take place at Dubai Knowledge Village Conference Centre Block 1, Dubai. For any specific inquiries, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +9714-380-8545.
This lively and informative lecture by Bobbi Lane provides you with essential information to create flattering and effective portraits. Bobbi will shoot live models and demonstrate effective and creative techniques in capturing portraits.
In this stimulating presentation, Gregory Heisler will inspire you to change gears: to think more about WHY than HOW as you create your images.
Photographers spend most of their time in the pursuit of image creation, yet very few know how to promote themselves to get the support they need. Getting your name out there amidst the thousands of other photographers working today can be an overwhelming task, even for established photographers.
In this session, Chris will discuss the opportunities available for amateur and full time photographers to make money from their photos whether to help pay for gear or support oneself financially.
Joe McNally is one of the most accomplished photographers of our generation and has a rich portfolio of iconic images of people and places and is a true master of light. He will share his stories and pictures from his career - if you are looking for inspiration or want to be wowed with stunning images and the stories behind them, this session is for you.
David Nightingale will lead an informational and inspirational session on how with the help of Photoshop, you can employ a range of tools and techniques to realise your creative vision to
In a world where everyone seems to be a photographer, the truly successful follow their own path. Join Zack as he gives personal examples of finding and following his own way. With a brain storming session as well, you might just get the idea that will get you started in your own direction from personal projects to pursue to marketing ideas for your business.
In this 90 minute session you will learn about what it takes to make it as a photographer in a country like India. Laughs and inspiration is what you can count on walking out with.
Even before the world of cell phones and laptops, there were photojournalists. They covered stories, and their pictures told the stories. Hard to imagine, but it's true. David Burnett has been there and done that. Literally. He has photographed every US president since JFK and has covered the Vietnam war, the Iranian revolution and a number of Olympics games. Fascinating talk by one of the Masters of Modern Photojournalists.
With the advent of mirrorless cameras, it seems that there is a shift to cameras getting smaller. The panel will discuss whether this is is just a fad or are these new breed of cameras going to become the mainstream.
A panel of young and emerging photographers including Drew Gurian and Michael Cali (Joe McNally's assistants) share their stories on the successes and pitfalls of starting a career in photography and behind-the-scenes stories of exciting shoots with Joe McNally.
Come along to this excellent talk by renowned wedding and event photographer, Louis Pang who has shot countless weddings and engagements and has amassed a fantastic and award winning portfolio. Pang will demonstrate a number of posing and lighting techniques when shooting brides, families, groups or models to create stunning images.
Join Chris Hurtt for this informative and thought-provoking presentation on the Art of Seeing. This seminar, will cover everything from photographing landscapes to portraits to abstract images to close-up/macro images, with a special emphasis on
In this live demonstration seminar, David Tejada will demonstrate quick and simple strategies for making good light with one speedlight, both on and off the camera.
Missing those perfect shots? Take control of your camera and learn Steve's time-saving strategies that speed up his response time resulting in fewer missed photo-opportunities and a happier photographer. A few tips from this session can save you time and frustration and move you to the next level in your photography.
Navigating the social media space can be intimidating for photographers especially as they are so important in today's world. Join David Hobby, Martin Prihoda and others to discuss getting the best out of social media to grow your presence.