Eric David provides workshops for both painters and photographers. Here are some sample workshops given in the past.
Using Light and Shadow to Create Dynamic Paintings
Contrast is key for strong bold paintings. Understanding the different types of contrast how to work make these work to give you a stronger composition is explored in this workshop.
Thinking Outside the Line
Do you often feel that you need to "loosen-up". This looks at how not to be constrained by the line and ways in which you can loosen up your approach to painting.
The Colour of White
Of all of the tools in the artist’s kit, colour has the most resonance with our emotions. But using colour effectively is one of the most difficult things to do. This workshop teaches colour theory and practice.
Great shapes are the foundation for most successful paintings. This workshop helps you to see shapes, not things.
Under-painting for Vibrancy and Unity
Do your paintings sometimes look dull? Well with under painting you can create vibrancy and bring unity to your painting. We also look at glazing and dry brush techniques.
Basic watercolour techniques.
Advanced watercolour techniques.
Photoshop for Photographers
For photographers, this course helps you understand how to get the most out of Photoshop including how to use curves, levels, layers and selections when editing photos.
Photoshop for Artists
This is a basic workshop for artists showing how to use photo editing software as part of the painting preparation process and playing with "what if" scenarios before you put paint on paper or canvas.
Understanding how to work with RAW files
This is a basic workshop helping photographers understand how to use RAW (digital negative) files and how to take advantage of this non destructive format to create better photos.