Beginners Photography Course for £34 at Fab Photo Training (73% Off)
- Courses for all ability levels
- Corporate training and tailored course materials available
- State-of-the-art studio
- Four hour course led by experienced photographers
- Studio and location exercises
- Course last from 10am-3pm with 45 minutes for lunch
- Includes a Fab Photography Training Diploma on completion
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/fab-photo-training/. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid on: 26 May 2012, 1,6, 10, 15, 20, 23, 27, 30 June 2012 and 4, 7, 11 July 2012 only. Must be 16 or over with valid ID. New clients only. Lunch not included. Must bring own camera. Original values verified 28 February 2012 at 1.10pm.
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Although renowned for being snappy dressers, cameras are highly image-conscious and prefer to put a lens-cap on public appearances. See things from their perspective with today's Groupon: £34 for a beginners photography course at Fab Photo Training .
Facilitating camera-based development for all abiliites, Fab Photo Training is a purveyor of courses for camera-shy novices through to experienced snappers hoping to go pro. Would-be snappers can dust off untouched DSLRs to add an aesthetic edge to family albums, while more seasoned snappers can opt for a professional course designed to turn hobbies into money-making pursuits. Corporate courses are on-hand too, in a bid to give employees some pleasant photographic memories, while a "London At Night" course invites students to capture the sights of the capital by the silvery hue of nightfall.
Lasting four hours, this introduction to photography aims to dispel digital camera mysticism, and wean budding snap-artists off automatic settings. A highly experienced snapper will shed light on an array of settings, including ISO and shutter-speed. Suitable for absolute beginners, fun will remain a consistent focus throughout the day, as well as developing aperture-related aptitude and an understanding of theory. A 45 minute lunch cuts the day in two, before students can get onto applying their newfound skills within the studio and on-location. On course completion, students will be presented with a Fab Photography Training Diploma to commemorate their camera skills and the ability to capture notoriously fleeting moments.