Portraiture Workshop with Kirsty Mackay
27th September 2014
10am to 4.30pm
Portrait photographer Kirsty Mackay will hold this one-day workshop on portrait photography. Kirsty has specialised in portrait photography for the past 15 years. The course will cover interior and street portraits, using window light and daylight. Through a series of practical exercises you will learn how to light your subject, how to make people feel at ease in front of your camera and how to make photographing strangers less daunting.
Participants should bring their own DSRL camera, a laptop would be desirable but is not essential. If you want to join this workshop but you don’t have equipment please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to find an alternative. No prior knowledge of photography technique is required for this workshop.
There is a discount for students from colleges or universities, you will have to bring your student card on the day.
Kirsty Mackay (b.1970) is a documentary photographer living in Bristol. Originally from Glasgow she studied photography, at Glasgow College before leaving for New York and London, to work as a photographer’s assistant. Kirsty has worked with many world-class photographers including Herb Ritts, Nick Knight and Anton Corbijn.