Landscape Photography Taster Session at Whinlatter Forest

Whinlatter Forest
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If you’re limited for time or unsure if a full day workshop is for you, why not join a half day workshop? This beautiful woodland environment is a perfect setting in which to ‘dip your toe’ into the world of landscape photography.

These two hour workshops are suitable for all the family (children under 16yrs must be accompanied) .

After introductions we’ll go out onto the forest and visit a series of nearby locations to explore different elements and techniques of landscape photography. We’ll have opportunities to look at composition, exposure, exploring the relationship between ISO, shutter speed and aperture settings, getting to grips with your histogram and a host of other quick tips and techniques which I hope will whet your appetite to dig further into landscape photography. We’ll return to the centre where we’ll review the session and address any outstanding questions.

Saturday’s, 10.00 – 12.00noon and 2.00 – 4.00pm

Whinlatter Forest

3rd August 2024
26th October 2024

£20.00 per person

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