What will I learn on the how to get the best from a wide-angle lens Workshop?
The aim of the working with a wide-angle lens is not necessarily to get more in the picture frame but to heighten the sense of drama of the picture. By necessity this will mean being in close proximity to the subject matter for you to be truly effective. Working with an extreme wide-angle lens is not for the faint hearted, to be successful you have to be confident. That is what this one-day hands-on photography workshop is all about, raising your confidence in a safe learning zone.
The Workshop is in four parts
- Choice of lenses
- Suitable Subjects
- Weather conditions
- Fill the foreground – JCB
- Depth of field – shallow
- Depth of field – extended
- Deliberate Distortion
- High View point
- Low view point
- Increasing a sense of depth
2 Shooting at The Big Pit Museum
This is the award-winning national coal mining museum that still retains many features of its former life as a coal mine. Standing high on the heather-clad moors of Blaenafon, the tunnels and buildings that once echoed to the sound of the miners, still evoke their industrial heritage. This is great location for all those who love industrial photography and want get more from their wide-angle lenses.
3 Picture Reviews throughout the day
You will be encouraged in an informal way to share your vision and style with other participants by showing and telling others what you see and how you went about capturing the envisaged shot.
4 Review and Feedback
At the end of the day we will convene just for a few minutes to review the main points about how to get the best out of a wide-angle lens.
You will have an opportunity to take pictures like these
Is this wide-angle lens workshop for me?
A wide-angle lens workshop is about learning, growing and expressing yourself with greater clarity as a photographer. We will be using tutorials, picture taking sessions and feedback to review your learning and owning the topics presented. If you are looking for a small group where you can gain positive feedback on the pictures you have taken during the workshop, then this is the workshop for you.
On-going email support
Once you become a client, part of the package is unlimited on-going email support. So if you have a question, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates and Times
Wednesday 5 July 2017
Saturday 12 August 2017
Wednesday 6 September 2017
Starting at 10 am, the workshops conclude at 16.00
Joining Instructions will be sent out nearer the date of the workshop
Accommodation is not applicable to this one-day workshop.
Included in the cost
- Wide-angle lens tutorial
- Individual picture reviews
- Expert guidance to photography locations
- Suggestions on composition, exposure and lens choice
Excluded from the cost
Transport to the workshop, parking, meals and refreshments
The parking and entrance fee to the Big Pit Museum is parking £3 and entrance is free.
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Why not book a 121 tuition post-processing session to give you the full benefit of your investment in yourself at the Big Pit Museum? You may also be interested in our Learn, Grow, Express Programme of Taster Days, Workshops and Masterclasses. Build your confidence with photographic seeing in a safe learning environment. All the learning opportunities offered are based on The ABC of CameraWork Manual and The Dark Art – A black and white digital printing manual.
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