San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Alex Hare will be running this workshop, designed to cover the basic and intermediate skills on how to use your camera whilst you photograph the Autumn colours under his guidance. This is a chance to spend time with an experienced and award winning landscape photographer at Kings Wood, near Challock where you can ask questions, learn about your camera and your own creative interpreation of a scene in a fun and friendly group.
You will also receive a handy pocket field guide to camera settings and functions for future referecne to remind you of the skills you have learnt.
Alex hopes that by the end of this workshop you will have greater confidence in handling your camera and some photography skills thast will be of good use for your future photography.
What will we cover?
This is a short, manageable course, designed to cover all the basics of camera function and how to adjust your settings, what effect they have on your photographs and how to select the appropriate settings. We will then put this into practice as we photograph the scenery around us.
Where is it?
Kings Wood is a large forest near Challock and I will email you details of where to meet on receipt of your booking.
How many are in the group?
Not more than 6 people. I'll be running this workshop on both weekend days in the morning so there is plenty of chances to find a place.
What shall I bring to the event?
Camera(!), tripod and all your lenses and accessories-we will consider how to use watever kit you have. Tripod's are defnitely a desired item thogh. Also, warm clothes, hats and gloves and all your questions on photography...
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Alex on: firstname.lastname@example.org or via his website; www.alexharephotography.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes but I must know who is taking your place in advance.
When & Where
Alex is an award winning landscape photographer with a particular interest in helping people understand how to use their cameras and get started with photography as a hobby. Alex teaches many workshops and also lectures on the Photography Degree at Canterbury Christchuch University and his style of teaching has helped many people progress with their photography far quicker than anythng they have tried before.