Have you ever wondered what all the settings on your camera are for? Do you want to know how to take control of your images rather than allow your camera to make all the decisions? Have you tried photographing in manual mode but never really managed to ‘get it’? Confused about depth of field and it’s impact on your images?
If any of the above is you then this workshop is perfect!
I love watching the light bulb moments as people suddenly ‘get’ their camera! They’re so excited about what sort of images they can create now that they know how to best use what they have. In this workshop, you will leave auto settings behind and confidently move to full manual. You will learn how to take control of your camera, leaving you free to explore your creativity.
The workshop will be hands-on with plenty of time to practice. To attend you must have a Digital SLR or mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses. You must also bring a copy of your camera manual with you on the day (if you’ve lost yours, most are available to download online).
The workshops take place at Mackinnon Scout Hall, Linlithgow Bridge (13 Mill Road, Linlithgow, EH49 7RA) and run from 10am – 5pm. A delicious lunch and plenty of snacks and drinks are be provided to keep you fuelled.
Workshops can also be purchased as gift vouchers.