Oxfordshire Group Workshops
Oxfordshire Group Photography Workshops
Saturday 30th March 2013 (FULL)
If you are a beginner and want to improve your photography, there is no better and fun way than attending my half-day beginner's workshop. This group workshop is the perfect way to switch from the dreaded GREEN automatic mode and show off what your camera and more importantly, you as a photographer, can really achieve.
Schedule of the day:
As this is my home patch, I know this area like the back of my hand. I have some great locations in store! Firstly, a traditional pastoral farm where I give you mini-missions to re-inforce your new skills.
Broughton Castle is our next stop. The perfect location to practise landscape photography. Mist often arises from the moat as the sun dips below the horizon, giving a cold, haunting feel to the image. Other days, the warm orange rays from the setting sun side-lights the castle producing beautiful reflections of the sky in the moat surrounding the castle. It really is a magical place.
When we return to base, I will show you some simple but effective post-processing techniques that I regularly use with my photography. Then, you will get a chance to print your favourite shot of the day to take home with you.
'A day in the wilds of Oxfordshire with John and my camera and I returned home totally inspired, enlivened and informed. We covered the A to Z of light, shade, movement, texture and I learned more in a one-to-one session than I ever dreamed possible'.
- Anne Palfreyman -
The half-day course duration is 6 hours
Maximum of 4 photographic guests
Intensive in-the-field tutorials aimed to cater for beginners
Individual guidance throughout the course
basic camera techniques
Improving photographic vision
Emphasis on landscape and travel photography
Simple and effective post-production techniques
what you will need?
A Digital SLR
Filters (if you have them)
Good pair of boots & Wellies
Warm Clothing and waterproof
What is included:
All Photographic Tuition
What is not included:
Tripod (£15 to hire)