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Landscape workshop

Our landscape workshop is set amongst the rolling hills, streams and woodland of the New Forest National park.  

The venue encompasses rolling grass and tree covered hills and mature woodland, providing good opportunities to capture some stunning views as well as closer detail and woodland photography. Depending on the time of year and subject to the weather, we also try to include sunset, so that students can include this into the landscape.

The workshop is limited to six attendees and you will be supported throughout by at least

two tutors.

 

The workshop will examine:

Camera settings

Composition

White balance (using presets and setting custom white balance)

Focussing

Exposure and ISO

Infra-red for landscape (an introduction into this interesting genre)

HDR and bracketing

Focus stacking

Panoramas

and using filters

This workshop is perfect for beginners through to

more experienced photographers using DSLR's,

Mirrorless and high specification bridge cameras.

The workshop duration is 7 hours and does involve

some walking, uneven ground and gentle slopes.

We can supply some loan equipment and filters if

required. We also provide help guides to assist

students understand some of the processes and

keep for reference post workshop.

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Seascape workshop

Our seascape workshop is set on the south coast in

West Sussex. The venue encompasses harbour views,

as well as wider coastal vistas. We always try to ensure

we capture a period of low tide and if possible sunset,

to capture dramatic views

 

The workshop is limited to six attendees and you will

be supported throughout by at least two tutors.

 

The workshop will examine:

Camera settings

Composition

White balance (using presets and setting custom white balance)

Focussing

Exposure and ISO

HDR and bracketing

Focus stacking

Panoramas

Using lens balls for an alternative perspective

Long exposures

and using filters

This workshop is perfect for beginners through to more experienced photographers using DSLR's, Mirrorless and high specification bridge cameras. The workshop duration is 7 hours and does involve some walking and uneven ground. We can supply some loan equipment and filters if required. We also provide help guides to assist students understand some of the processes and keep for reference post workshop.

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Infra-red Photography workshop

Our Infra-red Photography workshop is set in West Sussex.

The workshop will introduce students to Infra-red photography, which is an ideal genre when the 

sun is out. Whether you are new to this or a bit more experienced, the workshop leads you through

setting up your camera and with a post course video, how to conduct basic edits.  

The workshop is limited to six attendees and you will be supported throughout by at least two tutors.

 

The workshop will examine:

Camera settings

Composition

White balance (an absolute must if shooting in JPEG)

Focussing

Exposure and ISO

Focus stacking

Panoramas

Using IR filters​​ on DSLR's/Mirrorless cameras, and converted camera

This workshop is perfect for beginners through to more experienced

photographers using DSLR's and Mirrorless cameras. The workshop

duration is 7 hours and does involve some walking and gentle slopes.

We can supply some loan equipment and filters if required. We also

provide help guides to assist attendees understand some of the processes

and keep for reference post workshop.​

 

Whilst we make every attempt to ensure workshops are held in a safe environment, we cannot

accept responsibility for any damage to personal equipment and injuries attendees may experience.

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Our Bird of Prey, Butterfly, Sunset and Macro workshops are being developed and will be posted shortly.

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