Date: April 6th 2017 Location: Various Course tutor: Mark Banks
Level: Intermediate Group size: 4
This exciting one day workshop is intended for those that already have a good grasp of the fundamentals of photography (or have completed one of Mark's one day beginner workshops) and are now looking for more creative ways of expressing themselves through their art
If you need any further information or help with a booking please contact us at the Northallerton Gallery.
Over the course of the day Mark will discuss and demonstrate the techniques used to become more creative with your camera including:
After an initial welcome talk, Mark will transport all participants to a beautiful location in North Yorkshire to try out the techniques discussed using their own camera equipment. Mark will of course be on hand throughout the day to give advice and tuition as well as offer tips and tricks where appropriate.
This workshop is for a maximum of 4 people. Participants must have a basic understanding of aperture and shutter settings along with using their camera in manual mode. Along with a camera and tripod, all participants must bring at least a basic set of graduated filters (including a 1, 2 & 3 stop set of hard graduated filters), filter holder and lens ring for each of the lenses they bring. We highly recommend the Lee range of filters, but this is not essential nor a requirement for this workshop.
If you are booking a workshop for someone else, please let us know the details of the person you are booking for.
This workshop is intended for photographers who wish to further their creative landscape photography skills or have completed a beginner's workshop. Participants will be expected to bring all necessary equipment for such a workshop including tripod, charged batteries and any other camera equipment they wish to bring, and of course water-proof clothing and suitable footwear.
Refreshments on arrival, transport for the duration of the workshop and tuition from Mark Banks.