This 1-2-1 photography course is a half day course on using your camera. Get immediate results from a professional. If you want to get that camera off auto mode and learn about all its functions and potential this could be the course for you.
The cost for a half day just £115 for one person - 2 People for £180. Weekdays or Weekends.
Learn at your own speed on a 1-2-1 basis and by the end of the 3 1/2 hour session you should be comfortable with using the camera and feel confident that you are using it to its full potential.
We can also provide links to useful web sites to expand your photography and give you a brief session on the potential of Photoshop.
In view of the time constraints this course is designed to show you the basics. If you feel that you would benefit from tuition on composition techniques and a more in depth look at photoshop we would recommend a full 1-2-1 day.
You will need to arrive at Ringwood, Hampshire at about 9.30 am for the morning session or 2.00 pm for the afternoon session and bring with you your camera and lenses. As we will be spending some of the time outside you will also need waterproof clothing, comfortable walking shoes and a holdall or rucksack to carry your equipment.
You will need as a minimum a Digital Camera. We can provide cameras or a tripod so if you require the loan of any equipment please let me know and we can arrange this.
The course will be based from Ringwood in Hampshire, much of the time will be spent on location learning technique in the New Forest area. We will be traveling by car to various locations to learn technique. All traveling during the course is included in the cost.
The Courses Include:
Individual tuition by your guide on all photographic topics.
Comprehensive course notes provided for each student.
Transportation during the day.
Transportation from / to the local railway / bus station if required at the beginning and end of the course.
Photography Course Content
The main photographic topics which can be included in detail are:
Equipment, Camera functions, Exposure - relationship between aperture / shutter, Top tips for getting the most out of your equipment, metering, using different lens.