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fancy a workshop
I've got you covered
Want to learn how to use your camera?
My workshops are aimed at beginners or those who want to improve their photography.
Where ever you are on your photography journey I have a workshop for you.
If you enjoy taking photographs and own a digital SLR (DSLR), Mirrorless camera, or any digital camera with a control dial on top. If you shoot on auto and hope for the best or have tried various settings with mixed results.
Perhaps you want to take your photography up to the next level, want to shoot fully manual or learn long exposure. There is something for everyone.
All workshops are bespoke, tailored around what you want to learn. Make them your own!
-2 hour workshop-
one to one tuition
My workshops will give you a good foundation, taught without using all the hard to understand technical jargon. Because there is only so much information you can take on board in one go, my courses are 2 hours long. Every workshop you get a free cheat sheet to keep in your camera bag as a reminder.
Requirements for my Photography Workshops
If you have a DSLR with an interchangeable lens or fixed zoom lens. Perfect for Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Fuji, Sony or other digital cameras with a dial on top that lets you control different camera modes, this is for you.
If you have a point and shoot camera that only has Auto mode, and you are unable to set the Shutter and Aperture yourself, this course may not be for you.
When purchasing a workshop you are buying a voucher for £60 that can be used on any of my available workshops. All major credit & debit cards accepted. I will contact you shortly after your purchase to book you in and build your chosen workshop. There is a good choice of available courses, I usually manage to book people in within a couple of weeks. Weekends are also included at no extra cost.
where are the workshops?
Workshop normally takes place in Northampton at Delapre Abbey its a great places for you to get to grips with your camera.
what will I learn?
- What all the buttons do on your camera
- How to easily navigate through the menus and what they mean
- Get off full auto snapshot setting
- Avoid out of focus photos
- What the different drive modes do and when to use them
- Understand the exposure triangle
- Aperture Priority – F Stops
- Shutter Priority – shutter speeds
when are the workshops?
Workshops are run every morning 10am -12pm all year round.
what do I need?
If you have a Digital SLR with interchangeable lenses or a fixed zoom lens. Perfect for Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Fuji, Sony, or any other digital cameras with a dial on top that lets you control different camera modes.
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-before you go-
shoot in manual
Want a FREE Guide how to shoot in Manual Mode?
Shooting in Manual Mode lets you select which aperture, shutter speed and ISO setting to use. All three help you to collect the light, and when you put them all together, you will get the image you wanted. Just needs a little bit of practice.
mobile: 07545 234 886
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