Digital Photography Full Day Course
£70 – £80
In this one-day workshop, led by professional photographer Dave Willis, you will visit a couple of the Chilterns’ most iconic landmarks and learn how to approach the art of landscape photography.
In addition to photographing big views and panoramas, you will also explore the possibilities for smaller images that might focus on texture, detail and colour. You will look at figures and structures in the landscape, using filters and lenses to isolate detail and bring out the best in the lighting and atmosphere. You will learn more about your camera and it’s settings in order to become a more confident and competent photographer.
Locations you will visit on the day – to be confirmed.
Refreshments and a pub lunch at the Royal Standard of England in Beaconsfield are included in the price. You will need your own transport to drive to the locations, although car sharing will be encouraged.
You will need to bring a camera that has full manual controls for shutter speed and aperture (a DSLR camera, a traditional film SLR or a digital mirror-less camera).
About your tutor:
Dave has been a professional photographer his whole adult life, with experience working as a national newspaper photographer, an expedition photographer in Patagonia, and an extreme sports photographer throughout Europe and North America with his own photography practice, Mountain Sport Photography. These days, Dave is the lecturer in photography at Kendal College in the Lake District where he continues to live and work as a practicing outdoor photographer. His work appears regularly in UK outdoor magazines and he is a contributing photographer with BBC Countryfile and BBC Wildlife magazines. You can view his work here.Book Now