Studio Session: Beginners phone to printed photo

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You can see when Studio Session: Beginners phone to printed photo is next running and how to book a specific class in Next available at the end of this page.

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  • Class aimed at: Adults
  • Days : Saturday
  • Price Information: Pay what you can
  • Booking: Essential

With Harriet Gifford.

This is a 3 week course to show you how to get your photos off your phone, onto a computer, learn how to crop them for best effect and ways to get them printed, including in our Creative Digital Hub.

The course will be on Saturdays from 12pm to 1pm. 9th, 16th and 23rd October. You need to be able to come along to all three sessions.

Week 1
Learn how to connect phones to computer and to transfer and save images. 

Week 2
Look at different photo editing software and learn how to use software to crop and image and save it. 

Week 3
Learn about different printing options and print images in the Digital Creative Hub. 

Participants will need to bring:

  • a fully charged phone
  • a cable to connect the phone to a computer (USB)
  • a laptop if you have one

All other equipment and materials, as well as tea and coffee, will be provided and the course is free although donations are welcome.

Harriet Gifford has been a practicing artist for 30 years, with a BA in Fine Art Painting and an MA in Sound and Image.

More information:

These workshops are part of a programme of Creative Workshops the Horsebridge is launching supported by a great community of local artists and teachers.  The workshops will take place in our large, light and airy Studio and our aim is that each session will give people the confidence to try a new skill and take part in creative and enjoyable activities as part of new group.   

Thanks to so many of our tutors offering their services for free, and support from Arts Council England, we are able to offer the workshops on a Pay What You Can donation basis.  We hope that through these donations we will be able to extend these activities and make them part of a permanent creative programme at the Horsebridge. 

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