Workshop: Introduction to Digital Photography

£65.00 

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Delve into the world of photography and learn how to get off the 'auto' setting with our one-day beginners' course. Topics covered include:

  • aperture
  • shutter speed
  • ISO
  • white balance
  • simple composition
  • focusing
  • capturing fast moving objects
  • depth of field

    Designed for beginners
    Suitable for ages 16+

    This course will take place on Saturday 1 December 2018 from 10am-2pm at Knowle West Media Centre, Leinster Avenue, Bristol, BS4 1NL.

    For more details e-mail emm@kwmc.org.uk or call 0117 903 0444.

    If you have specific access needs please let us know in the Order Notes section of the Checkout page when you place your order.

    Equipment

    Please bring a USB or external hard drive or be ready to back up your photos to your cloud service provider.

    A camera is provided for you to use during the course but please bring your own if you would like to.

    Course offer

    Combine this course with Introduction to Adobe Lightroom and get £30 off the total price! 

    About the Tutor

    Alistair Campbell is a professional portrait photographer who specialises in photographing people and fashion. Alistair studied video and cinematography and went onto build a freelance career in photography. In 2016 he became the Portrait Photographer of the year with the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP).

    Terms & Conditions

    This course will be confirmed to run when a minimum number of bookings have been secured. In the event that your course doesn't go ahead, you will be notified within 48 hours of the course start date and will be given a full refund. We cannot refund any pre-booked travel costs you may have incurred in preparing to travel to this course. All sales are final and refunds cannot be provided in the event of a cancellation.  

    Access Information

    Knowle West Media Centre is fully accessible for wheelchair users and can cater for other specific access requirements.  

    Our staff are not BSL trained, however we can book an interpreter via Bristol City Council. When booking your place on the course, please let us know that you will require this (see below).

    We can provide worksheets in large print. 

    Personal assistants are welcome to attend the workshops with you, please let us know in advance.

    Please get in touch with emm@kwmc.org.uk if you need any further information about specific access or need advice on planning your visit.

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