Event Jeddah Photography & Exhibition Workshop
Type
Venue Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Date 14-29 November, 2017
Time 5pm

Summary

A unique photography and exhibition workshop in Jeddah led by internationally acclaimed photographer and producer Richard Wilding. 
 
The 6 session workshop will include day and night photography sessions in Al Balad, the vibrant centre of old Jeddah. Participants will be led through the process of selecting and editing their photographs, and the procedures for organising, printing and presenting an exhibition.
Register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jeddah-photography-exhibition-workshop-tickets-39162739809
Fee: £ 450 or SR 2,225
Who should participate?
Participants should be aged 18+ and almost fluent in spoken English.
Participants should have a professional or semi professional SLR and a good understanding of the principles of photography.
Participants should have a Mac or PC laptop with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge software.
Programme
Tuesday 14th November / 5 - 8pm
Course introduction
Richard Wilding shows his work and previous exhibitions
Technical and creative brief
Preparation of equipment
Thursday 16th November / 5.30- 8.30pm
Night photography in Al Balad
Saturday 18th November / 10am - 1pm
Editing of images from night photography
2.30 - 5.30pm
Daylight photography in Al Balad
Tuesday 21st November / 5 - 8pm
Editing of images from daylight photography
Thursday 23rd November / 5 - 8pm
Group discussion on exhibition theme and title
Selection of images for exhibition
Saturday 25th November / 10am - 1pm
Preparation of final images for printing
2.30 - 5.30pm
Printing of images commences at printers
Wednesday 29th November
Exhibition opening for participants and their friends and family

Richard Wilding
Richard Wilding is a London based photographer and producer working internationally with museums, charities and NGOs. He specialises in the documentation of archaeology, costume and cultural identity in the Middle East. He is a trustee of The Mansoojat Foundation, a charity formed to preserve and document the traditional costumes and heritage of Saudi Arabia. 
Richard Wilding’s photography has been exhibited in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, University of Exeter, UK and the Houses of Parliament, London. He has also organised and designed exhibitions and publications in Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Italy, Spain, Belgium and the UK.www.richardwilding.com

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