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Join broncolor photographer Urs Recher for a half day master class on studio lighting and light shapers.
How do we get the system, and multi-professional colleagues, to properly recognise the importance of healthcare science and healthcare scientists? With Professor Brendan Cooper, President of Academy for Healthcare Scientists @PresidentAHCS
Innovation in Healthcare: Creating a Health Service Fit for the Future
How significant will the impact of technology advances be and what difference will new technologies make to the healthcare science service model? With Professor Mark Tooley, President of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine @marktooley56
This is a full days workshop that consists of a morning in the studio exploring the practicalities, skills and knowledge needed to take great portrait shots. The afternoon will be spent shooting with various light sources and light setups in the studio
How can we improve the quality of scientific and diagnostic services in the future? With Angela Douglas MBE, Scientific Director of Liverpool Women's Hospital and NWC GMC @Angelafifty
Given the changing landscape, how can we better equip and empower those in our profession to fulfil their potential? With Professor Berne Ferry, Head of The National School of Healthcare Science @NSHCS
This is a practical workshop to demonstrate the tools and techniques in Photoshop for producing images that are genuinely distinctive and personal. John Humphrey shows a range of approaches that enable you to apply your creative vision to photographs. Starting with the essential Photoshop tools, John demonstrates how they can be used, often in combination, to produce ‘photographic art’. Basic familiarity with Photoshop will be assumed, although advanced knowledge is not required.
This course has been designed to be a follow-on to The Society’s One Day Introduction to Photoshop workshop. If you have not attended this workshop, but feel that you have a good understand of basic Photoshop techniques please contact email@example.com.