Switch to Manual is an introductory workshop for camera users who tend to leave their camera set to Automatic modes, You can unleash the full creativity that your DSLR or Bridge camera can deliver in four hours
In four hours you will learn the fundamentals of exposure by exploring the use of aperture, shutter speed, ISO as well as a number of composition techniques that will take your photography to a new level.
The workshop starts in a relaxed way over a coffee in Edinburgh's Grassmarket area where you will discover what the thick manual that came with your camera should have told you. We’ll then head around some of the famous and not so famous Edinburgh landmarks so that you can practice the theory. The workshop ends at a local pub where we review the images you’ve taken with your new skills.
Groups of up to four can be accommodated within the workshop.
What to bring?
Rich Dyson, LRPS is a professional PR & press photographer in Edinburgh who also has a passion for landscape photography. He is regularly published in a variety of national newspapers including The Times, Daily Telegraph and Guardian. He has also been exhibited numerous times in venues throughout Scotland including The Scottish Parliament. His friendly and welcoming approach to teaching is extremely popular with clients from absolute beginners through to seasoned photographers. Each of the workshops is designed in such a way that the fundamentals are explained in simple language.
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