Photography and Camera Workshop for One (£29) or Two (£56) with Michael Miller Photography (81% Off)
- Featured in print and at an exhibition by Kodak
- 15 years’ industry experience
- Up to 2 hour workshop
- Learn to use manual mode
- Technical jargon avoided
- Theory put into practice
- Suitable for beginners or intermediates with new cameras
- Groups of up to ten people
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by either phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 48-hour cancellation policy. Photographer reserves the right to reschedule with 24 hours' notice. Booking recommended within 7 days of purchase. Class times: Sat or Sun at 10.30am or 1.30pm. More class times to be arranged subject to demand. Must bring own camera. Camera must have manual setting. Must be 18 or older. Max of 10 people per class. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 9 July 2012 at 1.10pm.
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When clueless photographers are told they need to improve their focusing, they are liable to stare intently at the end of a pencil for hours. Take a more constructive course with today’s Groupon with Michael Miller Photography. Choose from the following options:
• £29 for a photography and camera workshop for one
• £56 for a photography and camera workshop for two
Having finely focused his snapping skills through a degree and 15 years in the profession, the fruits of Michael Miller’s longstanding passion for photography extend to interiors and landscapes, families and fashion, and architecture and weddings. This workshop will show the ropes and fiddly little switches of using cameras in manual mode, helping pupils to take full control of their equipment and become familiar with how the more enigmatic settings can transform an image.
Lasting up to two hours, flashy protégés will learn various photographic techniques while steering clear of technical jargon. Putting theory into practice, participants will shoot their own images under Miller’s direction, then view the resultant photos in the studio. Taught in gaggles of up to ten fascinated faces, the course is aptly suited for newbies and those who want to get to grips with a newly acquired, more complex camera.
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