PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS COMING UP SOON

Street Photography Shrewsbury

Initially, these new Daytime Photography Workshops will be based in the attractive and historic  town of Shrewsbury. More venues will follow.
On these workshops you will learn how to:

  • Prepare yourself and your camera
  • Use light to add visual impact and atmosphere
  • Anticipate your subject’s next move
  • When to ask a subject’s permission
  • The best lenses for the job
  • Assess  every picture opportunity
  • Frame your image for max effect
  • Capture the decisive moment
  • and much, much more


SATURDAY 21st APRIL 2018

SHREWSBURY

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

10am-1pm
price: £40
max 6 photographers

Evening Workshop - mixed light photography

For this Evening Photography Workshop we’ll meet in Shrewsbury before dark and take pictures doing the magical ‘Mixed Light’ period.
You will learn how to:

  • Prepare your camera and tripod
  • Set the best exposure settings
  • Understand colour temperature
  • Compose to maximise the mixed light effect
  • Capture the contrast between high and low temperature light
  • Choose the best lenses for the situation
  • relax and enjoy yourself!

 

SATURDAY 21st APRIL 2018
SHREWSBURY

OUTDOOR MIXED LIGHT

7.30pm-9pm
price: £25
max 6 photographers
tripods needed

Enjoy the very best photography tuition available today - non-geeky, practical, fun and guaranteed to improve the way you see and capture pictures

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Work alongside “A Master of his Craft” – that’s what THE SUNDAY TIMES says about Philip Dunn

Working for Britain’s top newspapers and magazines, professional photographer Philip Dunn has travelled the world for over 40 years.

Now you can benefit from his unique photographic experience, and learn how to capture the magic of every place you visit.

Join Philip Dunn for a Street Photography Workshop – right there where it matters – in the street.

You’ll never again scratch your head and wonder how it’s done!

Picture by Philip Dunn for The Sunday Times

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