Big C Photography Workshop
Unsure of how to use your camera? Looking to get the best from your equipment? Or do you simply want to create beautiful photographs of the Broads National Park? Spend a day learning the techniques from a professional all in aid of Norfolk's cancer charity.
Spend a day working with award winning photographer Julian Claxton, on location in the Broads National Park.
Visiting two or three Broads locations throughout the afternoon, budding photographers will be provided with hands on tuition and practical help on creating a pictorial masterpiece.
Covering topics including exposure (when and how to use long exposures), composition, filters, histograms and camera settings.
The workshop is aimed at any level of budding photographer, and will feature enough one on one help, so that no one is left out.
Beginning early afternoon, the session will end with a sunset shoot on the Broads.
Throughout the day we will learn about the landscape and how changing settings affect the scene we are capturing. Learning about light, patience and positioning. This is a practical based workshop, learning in the field.
The ability to walk a moderate distance is required, along with suitable footwear, a digital camera and general walking/outdoor clothing.
Transport is required to travel between the nearby locations.
What to bring:
Lens (if not built in) – ideally a wide angle or similar.
Tripod (a spare is available for anyone without one).
Filters (if you have them – though one or two ‘tester’ kits will be available).
Food and drink to last the duration.
General walking/outdoor clothing.
When: 27th April 2019
Time: 2pm to Sunset (Approx. 20:30)
Location: Ludham area, exact location to be confirmed.
To find out more or book a place contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01603 964501
This event is kindly sponsored by Wex Photo Video.