Do you love taking photos as a hobby? Would you like to be able to understand your camera better, so you can capture more creative images that you can be really proud of?
The ‘Shoot from the Heart for Fun’ beginners workshop is aimed at people who love being behind the lens and capturing the world around them, purely for the love of photography. Perhaps you have a shiny new camera that you don’t *really* understand or just want to improve what you already know.
Find out what your camera can really do and be inspired in a hands-on learning environment that uses everyday language to explain the fundamentals of photography and teaches you creative ways of seeing your life differently through your lens. Taught by a professional photographer who is passionate about teaching others to improve!
What’s included in a ‘Shoot from the Heart for Fun’ Workshop
• A half-day workshop (3.5 hours)
• Comprehensive printed workbook with all course notes for reference
• Practice ‘hands-on’ element with individual attention
• Teas, coffees and home-made cakes
• Goody bag
• 2 weeks personal email support & feedback after course
In this workshop you will:
• Learn about the creative expressive side of images using simple tips to make your photos shine
• Understand the essential elements of photography such as exposure, aperture and shutter speed
• Be taught in easy-to-understand language, with accompanying visuals, workbook and practice element
• Be part of a small class size of up to 7 people, where questions and discussion are positively encouraged
• Be inspired! This workshop is designed to really get you to be creative and taught with a wealth of experience!
Capture YOUR everyday, in a very special way
Next Workshop date: Friday 19th May
Workshop price per person: £89
Earlybird price! Book before 30th April: £79
You will need: a DSLR or bridge/compact system camera for the practical element of the course – most bridge/compact system cameras with the ability to take off auto will be suitable, please just ask if you are unsure and I can check your camera model for you.