6th December 2013
15.30 – 18.30
Train to Create and Wacom are thrilled to present Uli Staiger: Cinema 4D Meets Photoshop! For our December event, Berlin-based photographer and digital artist Uli Staiger takes you through the ins and outs of Cinema 4D. He will reveal his methods and techniques that will enable participants to create stunning and unique 3D images.
Founder of the studio, Die Licht Gestalten (To Create Light) in Berlin, Uli Staiger specialises in digital imaging and has developed a distinctive and extraordinary style that distinguishes him from other artists. Over the course of three days, Staiger will demonstrate how to incorporate Cinema 4D and photoshop, showing how the addition of 3D can enhance photographic work. Celebrated for its intuitive interface and ease of use, Cinema 4D is an excellent tool for creating and enriching powerful digital art. Over the three-day event, you will understand how to best utilize the software for your own work!
The workshops on the 7th and 8th will take place in the conference room of a four-star hotel where both days you will be served a delicious restaurant lunch. Plenty of coffee, tea, and pastries will also be available while you work.
The Series will start out with a Seminar at the University of East London that will feature Uli Staiger and Photographer, Retoucher, Trainer and Photoshop World Instructor Glyn Dewis. The seminar is open to the students of the University of East London and those attending the Master Class. The seminar will feature several experts and insiders who will speak about their experiences in the industry and provide helpful advice. There will be a Q+A where guests can feel free to ask their most pressing questions about photography, 3D.
This seminar will cover:
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Workshop date: 7th December 2013 / from 9.00 to 17.00
Workshop location: Holiday Inn London Commercial Road 261 – 267 Commercial Road, E1 2BT
The first day of the workshop will be a hands on exploration of how Cinema 4D “thinks,” how to work with it and what you can create with it. After the first day you are all set to model and render simple objects like a cup, a chair and any other objects that you have in mind. This day will cover:
On the second day you will learn how to apply the knowledge you gained during day one. We will build a simple jet racer in Cinema 4D and bring it to life in a photoshop. All you need to know in order to realize a wild composition like this you learnt the day before. And if you have a different idea, that’s no problem! We will be sure to support you with assistance, information, tips and tricks!
Now you will be able to explore the software yourself. You know how it works and from here you will understand what is easy and what needs more practice and experience. Feel free to redesign your life! What you need:
Please note: A Wacom tablet will be provided for your use during the workshops.
A free Meet Up session hosted at the 4*Holiday Inn, gives Masterclass attendees the chance to unwind after a productive day and chat with industry professionals as well as fellow artists. This will give you the opportunity to network and share your interests in a more relaxed and informal manner. It is also an invitation to all London creatives, the right place to share your ideas and experiences.
Uli Staiger works with still life and landscape photography and specializes in the topic of digital composing. Once he completed his education, Staiger worked as a photographer’s assistant in Barcelona, New York, and Berlin. In 1998, he earned his certificate as a photo technician and master of photography. At that time he founded the studio Die Licht Gestalten (To Create Light) in Berlin. Staiger spent many years working in professional studio photography and landscape photography, but it was the advent of digital imaging that enabled him to develop his own distinctive style that involves combining parts of many different images to form a new whole.
No, you will have to do your travel arrangements and purchase your accommodation separately.
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