This 2-hour virtual photography workshop is aimed at helping you to make the switch from auto to manual settings. This is the first step towards getting the most out of your camera and taking better photographs. You will leave with a better understanding of light, movement, depth and composition. The 2-hour workshop £25 per person!!!…
The photo workshop was a very fun day out, very engaging enjoyable and thought provoking. Eleri and Dan are brilliant teachers they give you all the information you need breaking it down to bite size chunks and then let you be creative, it really brought together the group and we had fun.
If you are looking for an enjoyable, creative and educational way to spend a day with like minded people who enjoy photography or have an interest in photography, I cannot recommend The photo workshop enough.
Having never worked in manual before, much less know where to find the manual settings, I came away with an understanding of exposure and practice that I never had before. Really enjoyed the day and the relaxed informal approach of the tutors, and learned a lot from the other students in the class.
Clear concise information delivered with patience and understanding from people who love what they do.
Just wanted to say what fabulous day I had on yesterday’s ‘Auto to Manual’ workshop. I was initially slightly daunted by the 10-7 timetable, but I needn’t have worried; every minute was thoroughly engaging, varied and purposeful. The day absolutely flew by! Eleri and Dan are clearly great photographers and passionate about what they do, but more importantly they are brilliant teachers. They pitched their delivery at exactly the right level for the group and I gained a much deeper understanding of how to stitch together the fundamental elements of photography to produce some really pleasing results. I don’t think my camera’s auto mode will get much use from now-on! I can’t wait to get out with the camera again and practice my new-found skills, and I can’t wait for the next workshop. Thanks so much guys!