Venue Space: Studio 5
With: Going Digital Devon and Cornwall
When: 10am-4pm - 20th January, 16th February, 17th March, 11th May, 27th June
£85. See below for booking details.
About this event
If you’re a beginner and using your camera on Auto, or trying various settings with mixed results, this workshop will give you a good foundation in photography in just one day.
Learn how to create blurred backgrounds in your portrait and close-up shots to make your subject really stand out, and take detailed landscape photos, by shooting in Aperture Priority. Find the fastest way to access your camera’s features, how shutter speed affects your photos and how to avoid camera shake by adjusting ISO. Learn how to add interest to your photos with some tips on composition and put it all into practice by taking some close-up, portrait & landscape shots.
Where: Commencing in the classroom, to learn how to get the best from your camera, then out and about here in Dartington, taking a variety of photographs. Finally back to the classroom to discuss your images with plenty of time for your questions.
Group Size: Small, friendly classes with a maximum 10 students per tutor.
Dates: Sunday 20th January, Saturday 16th February, Sunday 17th March, Saturday 11th May, Saturday 27th June
Times: Full day, usually 10am to 4pm
Previous Experience: These photography lessons are for complete beginners or if you’d like to learn to shoot in Aperture Priority to take control of your photographs.
Cameras: DSLR, Mirrorless Compact System (CSC), Four-Thirds, Bridge, Superzoom and Compact.
Don’t have a camera yet? We’re happy to provide a loan camera, free of charge, on many of our workshops. If there’s one available you’ll be able to reserve it when you book.
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Visiting Dartington Hall
Dartington is an old place with a new story.
The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.
This idea is as true today is it ever was.