Your one to one session will start with a critique, you will then go out on location and return to Charlie's stuido for 2 hours of printing. Using a high quality Epson printer and textured fine art archival rag paper, you will have the option to print up to 5 images from either your day with Charlie or previous work or a combination.
During your time printing with Charlie in his studio, you will be able to explore the dexterity in printing your own work and how to ensure this represents your pre-visualisation. Working through a step by step process, you will see your work come to life and begin the journey to producing your work either for your own enjoyment or for others, e.g an exhibition or building your porfolio.
Printing your work at the end of the day will help you to experience the complete process of planning to previsualisation, photographing to printing. This approach will help you hone your skills as a photographer and certainly encourages you to consider what elements of your picture really matter and if they have a place on your wall or in an potential exhibition space.
Charlie is encouraging, constructive, inituitive, patient and visionary and will help you during your one to one session, to pursue the next stage in your photographic journey. A day not to be missed!
“The process of making a landscape photograph can only be concluded and fully consummated by granting the photograph it’s natural right; to be released and set free from the negative, the hard drive and it’s monitor; to my mind, the print is the prerequisite, the print is obligatory.
If the landscape photographer feels that the image has the merit to be announced, then it should be. The print is the photograph’s rightful inheritance”.
Your tuition day will commence at 10.00 am and run until 6.00 pm.
Lunch and travel during the day. Use of state of the art large format printer and all printing materials.
Travel to and from the agreed meeting point and accommodation.
Camera (and if applicable separate lenses), plenty of spare batteries adn memory cards, tripod and suitable clothing. Up to 15 of your images on a USB stick and memory card reader.
Stuart Woodridge said:
"I just wanted to drop you a very quick message of thanks for such a wonderful day. I thoroughly enjoyed our day together and found your insights practical and very enthusing. The photo we created is absolutely wonderful."
Christopher Wren said:
"Thank you very much for a wonderful time in Dorset last week. Despite the weather I enjoyed the trip very much and learned a lot. I am very impressed by your patience and enthusiasm."
Martin Stones said:
"“Not only did I learn loads on my two days with Charlie, I had a great time and despite the gloomy weather we made a couple of fantastic images which will soon be on the wall. Thank you to Charlie and the team, I hope this is only the beginning .” "
Andy Duff said:
"Just a quick note to say I really enjoyed Charlie Waite's presentation on Tuesday. I thought he struck a really good balance between his own images and speaking about those which had influenced him. It was also very refreshing to see how open he was about his own techniques and happy to share his "secrets". I appreciated that he was comfortable with sharing his own images and criticising some of them - he is obviously very highly critical of himself, and I guess that is part of what has got him where he is today. "