This stand-alone workshop runs on Saturday 16th March (and may be bought with Day 2 taking place on Saturday 30th March). Learning the basics of SLR/bridge camera photography, you will be taught to select the correct shutter speed to freeze motion, blur movement, pan with a fast-moving object, select the correct aperture to lose distracting background information and to keep vital parts of the image sharp.
Take control of your Digital SLR/Bridge camera and use it out of Programme mode! Taught by Morag MacDonald, notions like aperture and depth of field that are hard to grasp will be demystified. This practical day follows a proven track record which will allow you to use your camera with confidence and will be backed up by course notes for you to take away. Beginning the day at my studio we will move out to a location in Bristol. This feel good photography course is backed with useful tips and advice.
Small classes guaranteed. Each class has a minimum of 4 and maximum of 8 delegates to ensure a good learning environment. You will need a single lens reflex (SLR) or bridge camera that has manual and aperture priority modes. 10am - 4.30pm.
One Day Photography Course Sat 16th March 2019
A digital SLR camera with at least one lens and a clean memory card.
A packed lunch and a drink.
Appropriate clothing: Warm clothing and wet weather gear or a sun hat (sun cream too if we are luck enough to get a good day) as we will be shooting outside for a big chunk of the day.
Pen and paper for notes.