Take Amazing Photos
4-week Workshop starting 10 September 2019
Our most popular workshop ever celebrates 10 years of helping people take better photographs.
Yes, Take Amazing Photos was first taught in 2009 and to mark this special anniversary we are going to enter everyone who takes part and completes this year's workshop into a free draw to win a place on our next 12 month Photography Masterclass (due to start in January, at time of writing).
The Masterclass currently costs £1200 for the year, so winning a place on it is an incredible opportunity. Read more about the Masterclass here.
The Take Amazing Photos workshop
Run over four consecutive Tuesday evenings, Take Amazing Photos is an introduction to the foundations of photography. Essential to help you take control of your camera.
This course, which has even been taught on the Greek island of Samos and is due to be taught on Crete this May, will suit anyone with a digital camera who is relatively new to photography or has been away from it for a while and needs a refresher.
Perhaps you are disappointed with the photos you take at the moment and want to find out where you're going wrong. Take Amazing Photos is a great springboard to launch (or re-launch) your photography, to give you a fresh impetus and stimulate your creative juices.
It may be that you have recently bought a more complex camera and would like to ensure you get the best pictures possible from your investment. Either way, you'll learn some great tips and tricks for improving your photo-taking skills.
Buying as a Gift
You may wish to book this workshop for someone else as a gift. If this is the case, once you have made the booking, email the office. We can issue a personalised voucher.
Over the four 90-min sessions we cover the following:
Introduction to Digital Photography
The Aperture, Depth of Field & Blurring out backgrounds
The Shutter, Avoiding camera shake & understanding ISO
Best tips for photographing People and Landscapes
Take Amazing Photos is open to anyone over the age of 13 (if a parent wants to accompany, they will need to book a space too).
This workshop is run on the first floor of the venue with sadly no lift. If you have a disability which affects you being able to climb stairs, this particular workshop may not be suitable. Contact the office for advice about workshops we run elsewhere that have better access.