SUNSTUDIOS presents a tilt-shift photography workshop with internationally acclaimed photographer and documentary film director, Murray Fredericks.
Learn about the applications and benefits of tilt-shift lenses within architectural, interior and macro photography, and gain firsthand experience with the new range of Tilt-Shift Macro lenses from Canon - 135mm f/4L Macro, 90mm f/2.8L Macro, and 50mm f/2.8L Macro - through different photographic challenges led by Murray.
This rare opportunity to learn from an award-winning artist is suited to photographers looking to advance their knowledge and skill set.
- 9:45am - Meet at SUNSTUDIOS for coffee, Murray to kick off with a brief presentation about his work and what the day involves.
- 10.30am - 10.45am – Walk to first location close to SUN to start Architecture shift shoot using the new Canon tilt-shift macro lenses.
- 11.45am - Walk back to SUN to have lunch.
- 12.30pm - 12.45pm - Head into studio to work on Macro shift photographing a guitar very close up.
- 2.00pm - Brief overview of tilt-shift lens in time lapse and the work you can create. Murray will provide examples.
- 3.00pm - Close and final Q&A.
10am – 2pm
14 November 2017
$350 + GST
42 Maddox St Alexandria 2015
Lunch and refreshments included.
Limited places are available to this intimate workshop.
All images © Murray Fredericks
About Murray Fredericks
Born (1970) and raised in Sydney, Australia, Murray Fredericks studied politics and economics at Sydney University. Following his undergraduate degree, he spent five years traveling in the Middle East and in the Himalaya. The experience of spending large amounts of time in these ‘powerful’ locations provided the basis for his approach to his photography.
Essentially self-taught in photography, Fredericks undertook and completed a Masters of Art and then his MFA at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales some years into his ‘exhibiting’ career.
Fredericks’s work is derived from a perspective that views culture as something that cannot be wholly accounted for through social construct. It’s a view that sees some values as derived from a ‘time-less essence’. The work attempts to represent the experience when thought is temporarily suspended and the mind encounters ‘other’.
From the start of his career Fredericks process has involved prolonged solo journeys to remote and often extreme locations.
Adventure and endurance have never been goals in themselves and neither have the journeys been ‘spiritual’ or ‘monastic’ undertakings. By their very nature, though, the locations are difficult to access and require large amounts time spent in them to move the compositions past the ‘surface exotic’.
Murray Fredericks is represented by Hamiltons Gallery in London, Arc One Gallery in Melbourne and Annandale Galleries in Sydney. His works are exhibited internationally and around Australia. Works sit in major public and private and corporate collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, National Portrait Gallery, Elton John, Valentino, RBS, Commonwealth Bank and Macquarie Bank Collections.
Murray Fredericks first documentary film ‘Salt’, where he was cinematographer and co-director, won twelve major international awards, played over 50 festivals and was screened on the ABC and PBS in the USA