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zeeng workshop

CREATIVE POLAROID TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP

with Lynette Zeeng

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Learn how to create unique images using Polaroid Materials.

Lynette Zeeng is a professional photographer and part time lecturer.
Her work is published both nationally and internationally.
She has won several awards for her Polaroid images and runs regular workshops. This workshop will teach you how to do:

Polaroid Transfers
Lift Offs
SX 70 Manipulation

And how to achieve the most consistent results and avoid common problems. Lynette will also demonstrate the use of Pos/Neg film for use in other workshops or where contact printing is involved. As this workshop is hands-on, participants are asked to bring a range of slides and /or small prints to use for creating their images. Small objects for scanning or creating still life images may also be helpful.

When: Saturday June 18th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Daylesford Neighbourhood House 13 Camp St Daylesford
Cost: $175.00 [$150 concession & DFB subscribers [includes
lunch and Polaroid materials]
Minimum 10 Maximum 15.
Bookings call DFB 05 Office (03) 5348 5703) or email info@daylesfordfotobiennale.org

For more information on the Lynette Zeeng polaroid workshop, contact Lynette at zeengphoto@aanet.com.au

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Lynette started her career working in a colour darkroom.
Since starting her freelance business over 20 years ago she has worked for several major design studios and publishing houses. Her worked has been published both nationally and internationally. She has won several awards for her photographs. During the past 10 years Lynette has mainly specialized in food and Australian flora photography.

As well as her commercial work Lynette exhibits regularly. She is an expert in Polaroid creative techniques and holds regular workshops using all these techniques.

She holds a Master of Arts in Visual Communication and lectures part-time at Swinburne University and Photography Studies College.

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