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Walberswick 1st Nov ’20
November 1 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm£85
Join me as I host monthly one day ‘Suffolk Photography Course’ workshops, on the beautiful ‘Suffolk Heritage Coast’. Walberswick, the once fishing village inhabited by Charles Rennie Macintosh and visited by Phillip Wilson Steer and JMW Turner, is our location. My Walberswick photography workshop is designed to introduce and develop both beginners and intermediates to the next levels of photography. The day will include photography advice for everybody wanting to improve their basic photographic knowledge. The ‘Walberswick photography workshop’ is tuned to developing your creative eye. How to make the ordinary extraordinary and occasionally even the ugly, beautiful. How to develop an understanding of light, when to use hard light and when soft light. Once you are developing a feel for the aesthetics, I will guide you towards taking fuller control of your camera. For those working with ‘Smart-phone’ technology, we will concentrate more on the aesthetic decision making process and composition.
Steve Brown of Woodbridge said of my Walberswick photography workshop: “Booked on the one day Suffolk photography course that was very well put together. Found myself getting much more out of my camera throughout a lively and relaxing day, inside and outside, on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. A manual camera now feels like a proper hobby.”
Karen Ayers, Lowestoft Suffolk said: “I had a great day and now feel that I can go ahead and practice with all the information and encouragement that you gave me. Thank you once again.”
Dennis Passingham, Norwich Norwich said: “I thought the ‘Italian photography holiday course’ week was very good. Your expertise and the level of tuition gave confidence and the choices of location and practicing of different techniques was well arranged. I particularly liked having much of each day left free for other activities such as sightseeing, while the meet-up and discussion of the day’s work and editing techniques in the early evening kept the interest going. So thank you very much and I hope that your future tours prove to be even more popular!”
Jerome Tassel, Hadleigh Suffolk said: “. . . And it was a great day. Learnt a lot. Can’t wait to put all I learnt to the test. Thank you so much.”