Just to say thank you for your presentation which I found most informative and really enjoyable, one of the best I have seen in a very long time.
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For the past few months, I have been creating food photos here in the studio. After the first UK lockdown, I wanted to find a new genre I could work on even if there were more lockdowns. I wanted to make sure that I would always have plenty of inspiration for my work.
After a bit of thought, I settled on food photography. Everyone has to eat, right?
Grocery stores will always be open, meaning I would have access to a wide variety of things to photograph. Another bonus is that Tetbury has a butcher, cheese shop, two bakeries, greengrocers, plus a CoOP and a Tesco, only a short walk from the studio.
When I started photographing food in June of 2020, this studio under construction, so I started working in our kitchen. With the studio construction complete, I was able to move in mid November.
Tetbury Camera Club welcomed Vincent Knaus to our Zoom meeting last night. His talk was called ‘The Interaction of Colour’. What a evening! So different to any other speaker we have had. Our members were fully engaged and asked lots of questions. Vincent explained to us in words and with examples, of how we each see colour in different ways and the colour wheel. He also showed us how one colour in an image has an effect on all the others and how to use that to our advantage.
Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed our sessions over the last six weeks. You have no idea how much you have helped me see things in a different, far more interesting way. The really interesting thing is that I am seeing things with fresh eyes in many other aspects of my life. Somehow you figured out what ‘I’ needed to help me do a better job. I am very grateful.
Thank you, G.M.
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