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Beginners Photography Workshops

Join me on a photography workshop along Liverpool’s world famous waterfront!

3 hour Photography Workshops for only £45

If you’re new to photography and looking to take your skills to the next level, this 3-hour beginners workshop is for you!

During this three hour workshop, we’ll talk about what makes a great photograph and help you to learn-

  • The basics of the exposure triangle and why it’s important.
  • Compositional techinques such as the “rule of thirds”, “leading lines” and the “golden ratio” and how to use them.
  • How to get clear, sharp focussed images every time.
  • How to choose what you want and don’t want in your photograph.
  • How to use multiple compositional elements in your shot.
  • How to use & control depth of field to enhance your composition.
  • The basics of your camera functions to help you move from automatic to semi-automatic / manual modes.

Upcoming Workshops

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Locations

Currently, I run this workshop in Liverpool & Chester City centre, and occasionally other locations such as Hilbre Island too.

What to expect on the day

My workshops are interactive with plenty to photograph and are limited to 4 people per workshop. I find this number allows a good level of discussion and tuition without becoming overcrowded. Throughout the workshop, we’ll take shots as a group then discuss our thinking behind each shot and how we feel those shots could be improved. At the end of the three hours, you should have a wide selection of photographs plus a range new of techniques to use out in the field in the future.


Cost

£30 / £45pp

up to a maximum workshop size of 4
(2 hour workshops £30,
3 hour £45)

Price Includes

  • 2 or 3 hour photography workshop

Not Included

  • Travel to and from the workshop location
  • Food and drink
  • Camera equipment or personal injury insurance
  • Accommodation

Essential Equipment

  • Camera (camera phones are fine, but you’ll get the most out of the session with a dedicated camera)
  • Suitable clothing for the weather
  • Sturdy footwear
  • Food and fluid

Recommended but Not Essential

  • Tripod
  • Filters
  • Change of lenses
  • Other camera accessories (eg trigger remote)