DSLR Photography: Three Hour (£19) or Full Day (£29) Beginners' Workshop at Photobarn Photography (Up to 85% Off)
- Range of photography courses from novice to advanced
- Picturesque Northumberland location
- Tutor with over 20 years' experience
- DSLR workshop for beginners
- Theoretical instruction covering aperture, shutter speed, ISO and other settings
- Practical shooting session in Alnwick countryside
- Full day includes detailed ISO use and light buffet
- Discount vouchers provided on the day for 70% off the next course and 50% off a further course booked
Limit 1 per person. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. 3 hour class runs 10am-1pm; full day class runs 10am-4.30pm. Must be 12 or older. Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Must bring own DSLR camera. Lunch provided, please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking. Max group size 12. Original value verified 18 April 2012 at 8.43am.
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Despite having the ability to stand still for hours, crocodiles make particularly amateurish photographers owing to their tendency to snap at everything. Sink your teeth into today’s Groupon from Photobarn Photography. Choose from the following options:• £19 for a three hour beginners' DSLR photography workshop (83% off)
•£29 for a full day beginners' DSLR photography workshop with lunch (85% off)
Snapping shutters and winding flashes, the teachers at Photobarn Photographic Training use their picturesque Northumberland location as a backdrop for courses ranging from the beginner to the professional. Whether on streets, on beaches, or in studio, Photobarn’s workshops aim frame-by-frame to illuminate the steps for taking photography from a budding interest to a dedicated pursuit or fully-fledged career. Location photography courses mingle with elucidations of how to shoot with models, while more professionally-oriented artists can opt for the one year Pathway course to expertise.
Mastering the bleeps and blinks of modern camera controls, customers can learn how to use their DSLRs to create adept images under the tutelage of Andy Brown, a photographer with over 20 years' experience. The first part of the workshop will be spent covering camera basics in the classroom, followed by a practical demonstration outside in the Alnwick countryside, taking in farm trails and chances to photograph wildlife. With instruction exposing technicalities such as aperture and shutter speed, Andy will focus attention on the theoretical secrets of students’ image-making machines. Full day workshops last over five hours, allowing budding snappers to go into more depth with features including ISO, and a light buffet with vegetarian options will be provided to put shaky stomachs in focus.