Full Day Beginners’ Photography Course for £29 at Manchester Photographic (£90 Value)
- Develops skills and knowledge
- Topics covered include lighting, location shooting and the basics of camera technique
- Hands-on course with theory
- Course run by professional photographers
- Six hour course
- Close to Piccadilly Gardens
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be 16 or over with valid ID. Class is 10am-4pm. Class days dependent on demand; see website for timetable. Valid for beginners’ course only. Participants should bring own camera, memory card, and packed lunch.
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Before diving in, some photographers like to kit up in an overcoat , a feather boa and Wellington boots for fear of over-exposure. Take a suitably saturating plunge with today's Groupon: £29 for a beginners’ one day photography course at Manchester Photographic.
Making wide-angled waves across the north-west, the independent Manchester Photographic houses a gallery and school in the buzzing Capital of the North. Expressive and striking images from a host of talented photographers span from iconic architecture to cultural celebration, showcasing home grown artistic flair. Manchester Photographic captures the emotion and vibrancy of the flash-tastic community and opens its artsy arms to rookies bitten by the clicker bug.
Bashful snappers can grab their magical picture-box and head down to Manchester Photographic for a day’s crash course in picturesque prowess. Covering all areas of this mystical art, from parts and accessories to metering modes, lights, lighting equipment and locations, groups can discover the intimate workings of the camera and how to get the best out of a shot. A hands-on and comprehensive class covers the workings of both digital and SLR cameras indoors and out. Participants will get the chance to use their newly found skills through access to a studio and a range of photo pro equipment.
Camera parts and accessories
Storage, access and renaming of files
Camera formats and types
Digital camera basics
Lenses and focus skills
Aperture priority, shutter speed priority and programming
Lights, lighting equipment and indoor and outdoor locations