Saturday 13th of May
10am – 4pm £60
This workshop is for those with their own DSLR cameras. During the day, you will learn how apertures, shutter speeds and ISO’s work, as well as learning about composition and how to make the best use of natural light and flash. You will gain practical, hands-on experience. Weather dependent, the workshop will have theoretical part indoors and we will practice outdoors.
You will take away a camera-card full of images from your day and we will provide a crib-sheet to help you practice on your own. After this workshop you can sign up for our editing course.
- your camera and lens
- Sunlight and cloud
- on-board flash
- External flash
- Contre jour lighting
- Reflectors and diffusers
- AV – aperture priority and f-stops
- Shutter speed
- Manual override
- Flash TTL, HSS, Auto and Manual
- Depth of field
- Your position
- Compositional ‘rules’ and tricks
Heavy rain may stop play, or force us to run the workshop inside.
If we are lucky with the sun, we may decide on the day to stay-on after 4pm and capitalise on this.