Hands On // Photography Course

This workshop is a ‘hands on’ workshop for people who would like to learn more about their camera and basic photography skills.

The workshop is to be led by local photographers Bob Riach and Jo Bird. This two-and- a-half- hour workshop will cover basic photography techniques which will then be put into practice on the farm. Bob and Jo will work together with a small group offering advice and instruction. No prior experience is required as the group will be small allowing for more individual tuition.

This workshop is ideal for those who have a keen interest in learning photography within a relaxed environment.

Workshop Content:
To arrive at 1:45 pm to meet the other participants over a cup of coffee/tea before beginning the session at 2pm.
Camera Basics
Composition techniques
Practical photography session
Simple editing techniques
We expect the workshop to conclude at around 4:30pm

The majority of the workshop time will be spent outside. Please bring suitable clothing and footwear.
If the weather is poor the practical photography session will be held indoors

What you will need:

Camera memory card
Fully charged camera batteries
Pen and notepad

The course is £35 per person

Date: 21st October 2017

Location: The Hayloft Workshops, Glebe Farm, Scotter Road

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To book a place on this or any of our other workshops, please call 07795074257, card payment in full will be taken on booking.Bob Riach’s images recently featured in BBC Wildlife magazine.


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