- A mixture of online group sessions and evening photo walks and workshops
- Night photography in London
- Bluebells and Woodland
- 1-week public exhibition at the Trinity Arts Gallery in Tunbridge Wells where all course members will have the opportunity to exhibit their work
- Wildflowers and Orchids
- Cyanotype printing workshop
If you are comfortable with the basics and would like to take your photography to the next level, then this course is designed for you. The course concentrates on pictures rather than technology, so is great for technophobes. You don't need a sophisticated camera and a pile of lenses to get the best from this course.
The Zoom course is on either a Monday or a Wednesday evening, 19:30 - 21:30 (choose your preferred day on checkout), and lasts for 12 weeks, with a half-term break.
This term will culminate in a public exhibition at the Trinity Arts Gallery in Tunbridge Wells from the 5th to the 10th of July
With the lighter evenings, I'm hoping to take the opportunity for some outdoor meetings.
The plan each week is to:
- Look at the work of a particular photographer
- Discuss techniques linked to that photographer’s work
- Optional, practical exercise using these techniques during the following week
- Review of previous week’s homework and/or other images
I’m hoping to be able to offer a couple of Saturday, half-day, face-to-face workshops during the term, provided that Covid regulations allow me to use school classrooms. Topics and details to follow, but likely to include Cyanotype printing.
What types of photography does the course cover?
The course will cover a wide range of topics including:
- Street Photography
- Still Life
- Long Exposures
- Image editing in Photoshop and Lightroom
What equipment will I need?
To get the best from the course you will need:
A digital camera
A stable tripod
A way to download your pictures to a computer and edit them
A stable internet connection
What does it cost?
The course will cost £139.00 or 3 payments of £48.00.