Getting to Know Your Camera: Photography Workshop
|Starts:||24 Nov 2019|
|Ends:||12 Jan 2020|
|What is it:||Workshop|
/ 10% discount for Annual Pass holders|
|Who is it for:||University staff, External researchers, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public, Post 16|
10am – 1pm
Ever wanted to take your camera off the auto setting and see how you can be in more control of the images you make and be able to explore more creative options? In our introduction we will explain the functions and relationships of the key controls you have available when in “Manual” mode, looking at how you can work with concepts such as the depth of field and extending your exposure times for creative effect. We will make use of the gardens and key features of the Jodrell Bank site to practice some of the techniques and with a small group size there will be time and space for everyone to develop their skills.
This ability to control your camera is key to many areas of photography such as astrophotography, wildlife and sports.
The workshop is lead by Dr Anthony Holloway, a member of the staff at Jodrell Bank Observatory who has won awards for his photography and holds the distinction of Artiste of the Federation Internationale de L’ Art Photographique.
You will require your own camera with full manual controls.
Outdoor clothing and waterproof footwear is advisable.
This is a 3 hour workshop and hot drinks will be provided.
There are two workshop dates to choose from.
Sunday 24th November and Sunday 12th January
Offers: 10% discount for Annual Pass holders
Travel and Contact Information
Cheshire SK11 9DL