Edinburgh at Night Digital Photography Workshop for £21 at Art of Imagination (70% Off)
- Team of degree-educated professional photographers
- Range of classes and shoots
- Studio in Duddingston
- DSLR class lasting up to 3 hours
- Suitable for beginners
- Taught by two photographers
- Teaches composition and night-time photography techniques
- Covers Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, and Rose Street
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via www.supersaas.com/schedule/Art_of_Imagination/AOI_Photography_Workshops. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must bring own DSLR camera and equipment. Tripod recommended (mini tripod sufficient). Under 16s must be accompanied by a participating adult. Meeting place will be confirmed at booking. Classes run Mon-Fri, 6.30pm-9.30pm. Subject to weather conditions.
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Bright lights are good for guiding you home, make festive street decorations, and always beat dim lights in current affair quizzes. Get switched-on photography skills with today’s Groupon: £21 for an Edinburgh at night digital photography class with Art of Imagination.
Run by a team of camera wielders trained to degree-level in photography, Art of Imagination captures key moments in family life and locks up skills through courses that venture into Edinburgh, often under the cover of darkness. Their cosy Duddingston village studio frames shoots, including portraiture, family, and boudoir sessions, while workshops teach keen snappers of a range of abilities to stalk the urban landscape of the city for inspiration. Classes in post-production are also available for those who want to brush up on airbrushing, including sessions on studio photography and Adobe Photoshop.
In the darkened dips and swoops of Edinburgh, a band of intrepid student photographers will venture out with two professional snappers. Under the city’s twinkling nightlights, the group will walk from Calton Hill, capturing shadows cast by its iconic monuments, while exploring ambient and moving light, exposure, composition and flash use. Learners can delight in the serenity of the Princess Street Gardens and the lively Rose Street, framing differing views of the castle on the skyline along the way before turning to the historic streets of the Royal Mile.