Speaker: Glyn Dewis (The Power of Personal Projects)

Speaker: Glyn Dewis (The Power of Personal Projects)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Friday, July 17, 2020
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Our guest speaker this afternoon is Glyn Dewis, with his presentation “The Power of Personal Projectsā€¯.

NOTE:  SPECIAL TIME @ 3:00 PM

PRESENTATION
In this presentation UK Photographer, Educator and Author Glyn Dewis will talk about the importance of personal projects and how they are the key to developing as a Photographer. Glyn will also go through his current 39-45 Portraits Project where he (until lockdown) was touring the UK photographing surviving World War 2 Veterans; an entirely self-funded project that has gained National News Coverage but with the sole intention of providing Veterans and their families with classic, timeless portraits. Glyn will also go through some Veterans stories and also the photography and lighting he uses to take these Veteran Portraits on location and will finish the presentation with some examples of retouching techniques he regularly turns to.

Sites

You can check out Glyn’s main website at https://www.glyndewis.com
And, also the 39-45 Portraits Project website at https://www.3945portraits.com

BIOGRAPHY
Glyn is a UK-based photographer, educator, and author.
He has written best-selling books on Photography and Retouching techniques.  He has been a presenter at Photography Conferences and Exhibitions around the World.  He has been touted as a KelbyOne Photoshop World Dream Team Instructor and an Adobe MAX Master.
His work has been featured on the front covers of magazines around the world.  He is the co-host of a top-rated podcast with listeners in over 150 countries.
He is a Westcott Top Pro and BenQ ambassador.  As an additional honour, in 2019 he was asked to become Ambassador of The Veterans Charity; an incredible organization that work tirelessly for Veterans in Immediate Need.

Please Note: These are scheduled as online meetings through December and a Zoom link will be sent out in advance of each meeting.  Duration of the meetings will normally be an hour and a half, unless otherwise posted.