Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
As these workshops are held mostly "In the field" times will vary.
(please check your joining instructions)
|19th August 2017|
Please feel free to contact me to register your interest
Learn how easy it is to use your camera to capture the varying moods of water and movement in your photographs. I will take you to picturesque locations with ample opportunities to get great shots, with lots of helpful advice from experienced landscape photographers, and the chance to review and discuss your photos as a group. Commencing with a briefing to make sure that you know how to set up your camera for the day, before venturing out to your locations for the day where I will take you to the best vantage points to capture stunning images, and be on hand to answer your questions and discuss your images with you throughout the day.
- How to vary shutter speeds to freeze or blur motion
- When and how to use ND filters to make sure you get stunning shots even in difficult conditions
- How to use polarising filters when photographing water
- How to improve your images with good composition
Take home detailed hand-outs and exercises that you can try again later, to perfect your skills and ensure you get the very best from your workshop.
To get the most from this water photography workshop, it is recommended that you are confident shooting in Aperture Priority mode and using exposure compensation.
If you are not skilled in using these settings then maybe combine your workshop with the "Getting of Auto" workshops.
DSLR, Compact System, Bridge, Super zoom
Loan cameras are available free of charge, please check availability before booking
Small groups with a maximum of 10 students per session in order to maximise learning