Photography evening classes in Swallowcliffe - near Salisbury and Shaftesbury
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Serving the communities of Swallowcliffe, Tisbury, Fovant, Shaftesbury and Salisbury along with the surrounding areas in Wiltshire and Dorset.

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Improve your digital photography techniques

 

Photographing landscapes
Sunday 11th May 2014 10:00-17:00

Photographing people
Sunday 8th June 2014 10:00-17:00

Storing & fixing digital photos
Tue & Wed 10-11th June 2014 19:30-21:00

Satisfaction guaranteed!
If, for any reason, you don't feel happy after attending, I'll refund your donation in full.

One day courses - £85 (includes light lunch)
Evening classes - £40 for both evenings

Photographing Landscapes - £85
Photographing People - £85
Both of the above - £150
Storing and fixing digital photos (2 evenings) - £40
All three courses - £175
Landscapes OR People + evenings - £110

all the fees are being donated straight to Hope and Homes for Children.

 

Info or bookings:

To find out more please call Chris on 01747 858016

To book a place send a cheque (rates above) made out to "Hope and Homes for Children" to Chris Stanbury, Wilbury Barn, Swallowcliffe, Salisbury, Wilts, SP3 5QH

What we'll cover:

Photographing landscapes:

  1. Controlling focal length, shutter speed, aperture and ISO.
  2. Composition
  3. Creating depth: foreground interest lead-in lines
  4. Controlling depth of field
  5. Choosing your time of day
  6. Learning how your camera works
  7. Much, much more - lots of individual tuition covering the points you want

Photographing people:

  1. The importance of focal length
  2. Auto-focus modes
  3. Depth of field (blur the background)
  4. Composition
  5. Finding the right camera angle
  6. Lighting - natural and artificial
  7. Learning how your camera works
  8. Much, much more - lots of individual tuition covering the points you want

Storing and fixing digital photos:

  1. Transferring photos to your PC
  2. Making sure you can find your photos
  3. Improving the clarity
  4. Free software to use
  5. A glimpse at Photoshop and Lightbox

At each event we aim to have at least one tutor per 4 students. Most of the tutors are local, professional photographers who give their time for free in support of Hope and Homes for Children (our thanks to you all).

The ratio of tutors to pupils means that although there is a framework to the course, it can often be tailored to your individual requirements with one to one tuition for part of each session.

The courses are designed so that you will benefit from attending them all - there will be very little cross over between the courses. Take advantage of the discounted rates and come along to all three courses. Comprehensive notes will be supplied to each attendee.

 

Previous courses

2010 Photography evening classes
2011 Outdoor Digital Photography course
2012 Photography evening classes
2013 Outdoor Digital Photography course

 


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