The longer summer days mean we have long evenings to capture stunning sunsets. The rich colours, dramatic lighting and strong shapes they offer can produce stunning shots with little need for much effort or clever planning from you.
However, you might find that your camera often captures pale imitations of the sunsets you see with your naked eye. Somehow, the intensity of the colours may have been lost, or the composition might not work.
This course will help you get the most from a spectacular sunset, by composing your shots properly and adjusting the camera settings to make the most of the colours.
The sunset workshops are usually held on the shores of a lake or tarn, to get the most of the colours and reflections.
There will be time for individual tuition and to pursue your own particular interests. The group will be small and limited to six places.
Participants should bring:
• A DSLR camera, which gives the user a degree of control over its functions. If you have a ‘bridge’ or ‘point-and-shoot’ compact you are also welcome, and while you may not be able to undertake all the techniques covered during the day, you will learn how to become more creative with your camera.
• A tripod
• Extra memory cards and spare batteries.
• Suitable warm clothing and footwear *
* For a coast workshop it is strongly advised that you wear wellington boots. Also bringing a mat or large bin bag to put on the sand before you put your camera bag down.
Further dates are available, please contact me if you would like a different date.
Saturday 12th August 2017
Price is £30.00 per person
To make a booking please visit the bookings page and select the Spring Photography Course section. Click the shopping cart icon to select your preferred date option. You can pay securely with PayPal.