Have you ever wondered why your photographs don’t look as you hoped they would?
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The auto settings on digital cameras make taking photographs simple, but it is not always easy to get the results you want. Your camera gives you lots of options, but which will give you the results were looking for?
This day will help you get better results from your camera. We will look at:
- How to overcome common problems
- How the settings affect your photographs
- How to compose photographs
- How to save your photographs
You’ll take photographs around the Goods Shed with Steve’s help, then review your favourites.
Once you have had a chance to try out your skills there will be a follow up session in the Café a few weeks later to answer any questions you may have.
About the Day
Open to anyone aged 18 or older
Runs from 9.30am until 4.30pm
Includes refreshments and printed notes
The workshop costs £80 and can be booked using our online booking service. If you wish to check availability or access then please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01666 505496. If you would like more information please email Steve Hammond on email@example.com.
You will need
- A digital camera and memory card
- A charged battery
- The camera manual
- Lunch (or you can eat in the Café or nearby)
The camera can be simple or complicated, but you do need to have the ability to control the shutter speed, aperture and sensitivity. Film cameras are ok but you will not be able to review the images on the day
About your Tutor
Steve Hammond is a life long photographer and experienced traveller with his own Commercial and Industrial Photography Business (www.sleepyhorse.co.uk)