Photography Workshop - Level 1

Carolyn Carter | Photography Workshop
Photography Workshop | Carolyn Carter
Carolyn Carter | Photography Workshop
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Carolyn Carter | Photography Workshop
Photography Workshop | Carolyn Carter
Carolyn Carter | Photography Workshop
Photo 09-04-2017, 14 46 43.jpg

Photography Workshop - Level 1

from 45.00

Photography workshop for beginners.
How to get the most out of your digital camera and take better pictures.

The workshop will include:

- The basics of photography.

- Understanding your camera better;
Apertures, Shutter Speed, ISO and other camera modes.

- How to use natural light for better pictures

- Composition and how to best frame your subject

- How to take better portraits

- A chance to practice your new found skills.

Classes are limited to 8 spaces so please be quick if you would like to book.

This workshop is suitable for both DSLR & Bridge cameras.

After the workshop you will be able to join the private Facebook group for continued support, inspiration and networking.

Some basic terms with regard to the workshop:

A confirmation email will be sent out within 24hrs of booking your place.

Please be aware that refunds can only be carried out up until 3 days before the workshop is due to take place.

There must be a minimum of 3 bookings for the workshop to go ahead. In the unfortunate event that there is not enough interest, the workshop will be cancelled 2 days before and you will receive a full refund.

Workshop venues & dates for 2018:

Sunday 25th March,
10 - 12.30pm,
Honest Skincare, 34 Poplar Rd, Kings Heath, Birmingham

Sunday 15th April,
10 - 12.30pm,
Victorian Tearooms, Kings Heath Park, Birmingham

Sunday 10th June,
10 - 12.30
Hedgerow Stories,
16 Lonsdale Road, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9RA

Saturday 16th June,
10 - 12.30pm
One Girl Band studio, 8 Vine Street, Brighton

Saturday 30th June,
5 - 7.30pm
BOTANY, 5 Chatsworth Rd, London, E5 0LH

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Reviews:

”I really liked how Carolyn explained the technical side of photography with out being too tech, the focus was on creativity which made it a much more pleasurable learning experience.
I definitely left feeling confident that I had learnt something and I can honestly say it was a morning well spent. I’m so glad I decided to take the risk of booking on a course and would recommend attending this workshop if like me your needing a friendly guide to getting you started in digital photography.”
— Ffion Crilly (Style & Interiors Blogger)