One-day photography workshops for beginners
2019 Dates: 16 March, 13 July, 14 September
Time: 10am to 3:30pm
Venue: TBC (will be in Wandsworth)
Cost: £95 per person
Do you have a DSLR camera which you have no idea how to use?
Do your photos come out blurred?
Perhaps you'd like some pointers on how to take better photos of your family?
Or you would love to get that beautiful bokeh you see in professional photographs?
If so then this one-day workshop is perfect for you!
What will you learn?
I’ll spend the morning teaching you how Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO all work together to create the perfect exposure in your camera.
We’ll talk about how to make the most of all kinds of light.
And by learning a few simple composition rules, you’ll be able to photos that will really have that WOW factor.
We’ll then spend the afternoon putting all we have learned into practice, I’ll be on hand to help you with dialling in the correct settings on your camera as well as answer any questions you might have.
It doesn’t end there
The best way to learn something is to practice. After the class you’ll have the opportunity to join an exclusive Facebook Group for ongoing support, weekly challenges and additional tips and tricks to help you in your photography journey.
I also encourage you to ask any questions you might have, as well as post your photos so we can all see how you are getting on!
Is this workshop for me?
This workshop is suitable for complete beginners, as well as those who have an understanding of what Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO are, but are still using their cameras on semi-Auto modes. My classes are limited to 6 attendees so I have plenty of time to devote my attention to ensuring I answer any questions you might have.
What does the price include?
The price includes tea, coffee, lunch and handouts to take home with you, as well as the opportunity to join my Facebook Group for additional support and challenges.
Gift certificates are available.
What do I need to bring with me?
You’ll need your camera (it must be capable of shooting in manual mode).
A fully charged battery and clear memory card is essential, as are any lenses you have.
You may wish to bring a notebook and pen to take notes throughout the day.