Manchester Photographic: Beginner or Intermediate Course from £29 (Up to 77% Off)
- School and studio located in the city's Northern Quarter
- Beginners course covers camera features, light and shutter speed
- One or two-day intermediate course covers composition & ISO
- One 12" x 8" print to take home
Purchase: Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy 1 additional as a gift.
Booking: Required via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Must provide name, course purchased, selected date and security code. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. For course dates visit http://www.manchesterphotographic.com/courses/. Must be 16 or older. Valid on option purchased only.
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Budding photographers can learn the tenets of the medium during a beginners course (usually £90). The session runs from 10am to 4pm, kicking off with a briefing on camera features, before moving onto location shooting and downloading images to a computer. More advanced lens-wielders can embark on the intermediate course, which can be taken over one (£125) or two (£225) days. The one-day option covers composition and perspective, as well as the use of RAW files and natural light. The two-day course tackles subject interaction, the digital darkroom and editing. All photographers can show off their newly honed visual abilities with a 12" x 8" print to keep.
Choose from the following options for photography tuition:
£29 for a beginners day course for one (68% off)
£56 for a beginners day course for two (69% off)
£29 for a one-day intermediate course (77% off)
£55 for a two-day intermediate course (76% off)
Located in the city's Northern Quarter, Manchester Photographic features a school, professional studios, exhibition gallery and conference facilities. Classes see experienced tutors help photographers of all abilities progress along a structured pathway. Courses cover the likes of DSLR features including aperture, shutter speed, lenses, lighting and composition. Regular exhibitions display work by homegrown artists, as well as those from further afield.