What will I learn on the Fuji Camera Users Workshop?
The aim of the workshop
The aim of the Fuji Camera Users Workshop is to provide a forum for all those who love the Fujifilm cameras to come together and chew the fat about their beloved camera system. If you have a few of your favourite Fuji pictures on your phone or tablet then we will be delighted to discuss them with you. We will also provide the opportunity to take pictures in the house and grounds of Dyrham Park north east of Bristol.
Here is a real opportunity to network, make new Fuji friends or to just say ‘hi’ to old buddies. It is a chance to get involved with a larger group of Fuji users to broaden your horizons. With such a wealth of knowledge and experience in the group now will be a great time to find answers to all little issues that you have been meaning to get around to.
You may want to get to grips with the details of the latest Firmware updates issued for the XT-2 and X-Pro2, with over thirty amendments in all. There are bound to be a few that will be of real use in your photographic practice if only you knew how to take advantage of the technology.
Share your knowledge of the leading CSC camera brand.
If you ask what will I learn on the workshop, the answer will be – ask a question – nothing ventured nothing gained.
The Fuji Camera Users Workshop is in four parts
1 Meet for a chat and a cup of tea – Joining Instructions will be sent out so you know where and when to meet up
2 Take pictures in the house and gardens at Dyrham Park
3 Regular picture reviews throughout the day
4 A review at the end of the day to hear the biggest revelation found by a participant
You will have an opportunity to take pictures like these
Is the Fuji Camera Users Workshop for me?
Thanks to Fuji’s policy of continuing development of cameras even after they have been sold, there will always be new things to learn and use in our picture taking. You may have owned a Fuji camera for just a short time or maybe for years. The benefits of meeting with other Fuji users are many and the major benefit of course is that you gain an enlarged support network to help with any problems in the future.
Come and spend a day with like–minded photographers.
Annette Phillips, Bath
Dates and Times
Starting at 10.00 on 12 July, the workshop concludes at 16.00
Dyrham Park entrance and car park are on an elevated position in relation to the house and gardens. Participants may wish to use the Dyrham Park Shuttle Bus between the house and car park.
Accommodation is not applicable to this one-day workshop.
Included in the cost
- Individual picture reviews
- Expert guidance to photography locations
- Suggestions on composition, exposure and lens choice
- A picture review to share your images with the group
- On-going email support
Excluded from the cost
Transport to Dyrham Park, parking and entrance fee, meals and refreshments