This ONE DAY WORKSHOP is for anyone wanting a solid grounding in photography.  

 

You'll learn about cameras, lenses, sensors and crop factors.  You'll discover the big picture about aperture, shutter speed and ISO, what they do and how they do it.  You'll learn how to cope with unusual lighting, how to override your camera's settings to give you perfectly exposed images and how to use ISO to give you extra help when light gets low and shutter speeds too slow.

Taking control of your camera means you'll learn how to create those lovely soft-focus backgrounds when photographing people and how to freeze fast moving action - as well as how to take stunning images of moving water so that it looks dreamy.

The workshop is held in the Edgecombe Room at the Stockton House estate in Fleet.  A fabulous property in stunning grounds that were once home to a Hartley Wintney brewer.  The room has direct access to the terrace and Italianate Garden.  A perfect location to relax and learn.

Refreshments will be available through the day and a buffet lunch will be served around 12:30pm.

Introduction to Photography (1 Day)

£165.00Price
  • Venue: Stockton House, Stockton Ave, Fleet, Hampshire GU51 4NS Map

    Date: Saturday 23 November 2019

    No. of Places: 10

    Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm

    Lunch: A buffet lunch, teas & coffees will be provided

    Bring:  Your camera and lenses

     

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Company registered address:
Hampshire School of Photography Ltd

10a White Hart Parade, Blackwater, Camberley, Hampshire  GU17 9AD

Company Reg No. 11905308


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25 Osborne Drive, Fleet, Hampshire GU52 7LL

Email: info@hampshirephotoschool.com

Tel: 01252 643143

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