Learn how to get the most out of your camera with this intensive and exciting digital photography workshop
Join us on Sunday 31 January 2016 for this day workshop, in which you will learn how to use manual exposure settings to get the most out of your photographs, so you don't have to rely on automatic settings ever again.
What you will study
You will learn a range of exposure techniques, all the compositional rules you'll ever need, how to make various lighting set-ups and how to use basic Photoshop to enhance your images. Over the term, you will explore many different photographic styles, including portrait, still life, landscape and fantasy photography. You can discover how to get the most out of your camera and go from OK to WOW! in your image-making.
You will need to bring a camera that supports manual settings – ideally a DSLR camera – and a memory card.
Exciting, fast-paced workshop on Sunday 31 January 2016
Friendly, supportive atmosphere: meet like-minded photographers
Expert tuition from a teacher with a proven track record: the premier digital photography course in West London and Surrey
Specialist facilities including studio and iMac-equipped editing suite
Meet your tutor
Natalie Kavanagh is the Head of Visual Arts at Hampton Court House. A film maker, photographer and tutor, she has worked across the whole range of creative disciplines. Her film credits include Casino Royale, Basic Instinct 2 and The Butterfly Effect. She recently helped a student aged just 14 to secure an A level in photography.
Natalie graduated in fine art from the Sir John Cass School at London Guildhall before undertaking postgraduate studies at Roehampton University.
Reserve your place
Secure your place today and get ready to take your photography to the next level
- The workshop will run on Sunday 31 January 2016, from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
- Places are limited in order to ensure one-to-one attention from the tutor, so we recommend reserving a place soon.
- Your course fee includes all teaching resources and refreshments; you will, however, need your own camera and memory card.