Coastal Photography Workshop - Southsea
Saturday, 24 September 2016 from 10:30 to 14:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Guided coastal photography workshops (walkshop!) for intermediate photographers. A perfect morning out, complete with delicious cake.
Perfect for the photographer already familiar with aperture priority settings on their dSLR camera who enjoys capturing natural light and coastal inspired images. We visit Southsea with its glorious vista, stunning antique pier and views of the south coast, colourful beach huts, and glorious light create a wonderful feast for any photographer.
You'll need sturdy walking boots and a tripod. On colder days, suitable warm outdoor attire should be worn.
Geek speak and jargon are banished and replaced with practical instruction, easy to understand information and plenty of ‘light bulb’ moments.
LOCATION: Southsea beach DURATION: four hours.
You can attend with any style of camera and leave with increased confidence in how to take better photographs, new friends and a full tummy! You’ll receive a handy quick tips guide to slip into your camera bag, a certificate, some practical challenges and your very own (top secret design) badge!
Maximum group size of eight (to book your own exclusive workshop you need a minimum four people). Please contact us should you wish to discuss groups further.
Your four hour location photography workshop experience will cover:our
Manual settings and how to use them
How to read more natural light
Specialist techniques such as capturing moving water
The use of Neutral Density filters
Exposure compensation demystified
Cameras and Cake reserve the right to postpone or alter workshop dates if minimum numbers aren't met, or if severe weather, illness or an unforeseen problem occurs.
When & Where
Tina Bolton Photography incorporating Cameras & Cake
Checking the focus on the ramshackle cottage one last time I released the shutter and…nailed it! Finally, after all the hours of walking the Scottish Highlands (having escaped the ‘golf widows’ lunch party) I was completely alone, in the middle of nowhere, freezing cold with just a tripod, camera and a rucksack full of filters and film. I’d never been happier!
Fast forward 11 years to 2003, after completing several courses on darkroom printing and the art of portraiture at St Martin’s College of Art & Design, and producing two wonderful children, I set up my photography business. Since then you will have seen my work published in The Times, The Telegraph and The Mail on Sunday as well as a range of Photography magazines including Practical Photography and Black and White Photography. My work has been used by a number of best-selling authors such as Desmond Morris and Janey Lee Grace