Take better digital photos (4 Thursday evening sessions) FULL

Guildford Photography
Guildford Photography
Public group

Guildford Institute

Ward Street Off North Street · Guildford

How to find us

The Guildford Institute is in Ward Street, which is opposite the (North Street) Library in Central Guildford.

Location image of event venue

Details

THIS SERIES OF EVENING SESSIONS IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
IF YOU HAVE BOOKED A PLACE WITH THE GUILDFORD INSTITUTE WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU.
IF NOT, PLEASE CONTACT THEM (using the link below) TO SEE IF THEY HAVE ANY CANCELLATION PLACES AVAILABLE.
https://www.guildford-institute.org.uk/event/take-better-digital-photos-gi-19-661/2020-02-20/

This series of four evening sessions will provide a solid foundation in photography. Note: The course is run in connection with The Guildford Institute and bookings should be made with the Institute using the link at the bottom of these details.

We will explore an introduction to photography and learn how to use our digital cameras, moving away from automatic and into aperture priority, shutter priority and manual modes.

The final session will provide the chance for extensive practice taking portraits with a variety of lighting options.

Each session will be a mix of discussion, demonstration, photography and review. Suitable for users of digital cameras that have the ability to select aperture priority, shutter priority and manual settings – if in doubt please get in touch.

Note: These sessions are run in conjunction with The Guildford Institute and booking and payment should be made directly with the Institute using the link below.

Cost for the full course of 4 sessions is £54.80 with discounts for members of The Guildford Institute.

Booking can be made via the following link:

https://www.guildford-institute.org.uk/event/take-better-digital-photos-gi-19-661/2020-02-20/

About your tutor:
Peter Merry has been teaching photography for a number of years, both to groups and on a one-to-one basis. He is a photographic judge for the Surrey Photographic Association and an active member of the Guildford Photographic Society.