Take your lens skills to a whole new level with these DSLR camera workshops! Digital single-lens reflex cameras have bigger sensors to produce better picture quality and more advanced controls than the average compact digital camera, but do you really know how to make the most of it? These one day workshops will teach you how.
All the big name brands from Nikon to Canon produce some really fine DSLR cameras these days and as technology advances, it's amazing what you can get these cameras to do. This all might sound a little daunting, but these DSLR workshops show how to get the camera to do the work, whilst you approach your subject matter with a creative eye.
The couple who run these workshops are both professional college photography teachers and working photographers and are, quite simply, passionate about taking photos. Their teaching style is informal and fun, helping you to relax and enjoy getting the most out of your DSLR. You'll be amazed what you can learn in just one day with Phil and Rachel as your dedicated teachers.
The settings for your day has been chosen to offer a wide variety of subject matters, featuring country houses, decorative gardens, parks and even castles. Being able to roam around the site photographing buildings, wildlife close ups and landscapes to name but a few offers something for every photographer.
These DSLR workshops are suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to use a DSLR camera or one of the hybrid digital cameras that has P, A, S and M or P, Av, Tv and M settings.
DSLR Courses usually run from 10am to 4pm (11am to 5pm at some venues). You'll learn how to take full control of your DSLR camera and discover how the different modes work, the photography teachers will also discuss the kind of lenses that might be suitable for your style of photography. Entrance to your chosen venue is included along with camera course notes to take home. Group sizes are no larger than 12.
Suitable for people who own a DSLR camera (cameras with a removable lens and/or P,A,S and M modes) Minimum age is 12 years however under 18's must be accompanied by a paying adult. You will need to bring your own DSLR camera with charged batteries and an empty memory card. Please discuss any dietary requirements when booking with the supplier. Some venues do not permit photography inside the Houses, in these instances entry will include gardens, grounds and outbuildings.