Four Hour Intensive Photography Course with Live Models for £39 with Ray Lowe Studios (£270 Value)
- Be taught by award-winning photographer
- Real life models used in studio
- Learn about lighting techniques, camera equipment and posing
- Learn Photoshop techniques
- CD of course notes to take away
- Further courses available at discount rate for Groupon customers
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Bring printed Groupon to session. Bring own camera to studio. Limited availability for borrowing cameras. Valid Mon 10am-2pm and 3pm-7pm; Fri 10am-2pm and 3pm-7pm; Thu 4pm-8pm; Sun 4pm-8pm.
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Before the invention of the camera, tourists would have to stand in front of monuments for at least a few days in order to stamp the image into their retinas. Keep your eyes on the prize with today’s Groupon: £39 for a four hour intensive photography course with Ray Lowe Studios.
Comfortably resting on a throne of 35 years of photographic experience, Ray Lowe Studios offers its willing subjects cutting edge creative portraiture alongside photography courses. All photographers are trained by Ray Lowe, previously president of both the FBIPP and the FMPA ,and each glassy-eyed image bandit is a member of the BIPP, ensuring a high level of quality and customer service.
Image hunters can bring their own camera down to the studio for an intensive four hour course. Groupon holders will learn about lighting techniques, camera equipment and posing with the opportunity to snap at life models in front of a variety of backgrounds, building up a piggy bank of knowledge that includes fundamentals about aperture, ISO and shutter speed. Once fleeting moments have been pinned down there will be the chance to polish digital editing techniques on Photoshop before having one-to-one time with the tutor for individual questions and to critique any personal work that lens wielders wish to bring along.
Ray Lowe Studio’s photography course may not be widely reviewed yet. However, the studio team have all been trained by Lowe himself and one photographer was recently awarded the Kodak Portrait Photographer of the Year in 2010.