This fun and practical course is designed for those new to photography and for those wishing to understand their camera and develop greater confidence in switching out of Auto mode.
We start the day at our Bristol Harbourside studio located in the historic Underfall Yard. Here we’ll introduce you to the basic concepts of photography and introduce the initial camera settings needed to get you started.
We’ll then set off on a photo walk around the Harbourside putting all of the skills and techniques we’ve discussed into practice. There will be ample time to photograph the most interesting areas of the Floating Harbour with plenty of opportunities to discuss techniques and appropriate camera settings.
We will allow time to stop for a lunch break at one of the numerous Harbourside café’s where we can review and discuss any images taken during the morning.
After further time spent photographing, we will return to the studio in the afternoon where we can project any images taken onto a big screen in order to review and discuss them.
By the end of the day you will feel confident in controlling your camera and have improved your photographic knowledge, skills and techniques.
No previous experience is necessary for the introduction to photography workshop. This course is suitable for everyone from complete beginners to those who own a digital camera but don’t have the confidence or experience to move from the automatic camera settings.
Where possible we can tailor the itinerary to suit each participant differing level of ability.
All DSLR, mirrorless, compact or bridge cameras are suitable providing they allow full manual control of aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Mobile phone cameras don’t generally allow much control over these settings so only parts of the course will be relevant.
The Photography Project Studio
Underfall Yard Baltic Wharf
Bristol BS1 6XG
We try to keep group sizes small, usually around 6.
Introduction to Photography Workshop: £125.00 per person (based on a minimum group of 2)