COMPOSITION - HOW TO SEE & COMPOSE GREAT IMAGES
Better Photographs for DSLRs to Compacts and iPhones
Although there's a little about composition in most of our workshops, this is a 'must do' day for anyone aspiring to take good photographs. There's very little technical stuff in this workshop, so it's suitable for absolutely any type of camera, from point and shoot compact to SLR, even your mobile phone.
Good composition is something that anyone can learn - you don't have to have any special artistic talent, just apply the basic rules and if you already have a good eye for an image, we'll show you how you can become even more creative.
You will have two practical photography sessions and an opportunity to review and discuss your images as a group.
Dear Jan, Thank you to you, Pandora and Ash for a very enjoyable day today at Hardwick. It has certainly given me some ideas to try out. I am looking forward to starting to understand more about my camera on the part 1 course in November which I have just booked. Kind regards, Helen Akil
Just to say many thanks for your expert tuition and advice again today; it's very re-assuring to have someone as experienced and passionate about a subject as you are.
Thank you very much for the course today. I especially liked the fact that it was approached in a non-threatening way. I felt at ease and able to ask what could have been very obvious questions to some people. I am now looking forward to applying all the rules, hints and tips on my next photography outing!
I have also attached a photo. Having looked at a lot of my photos I wish I could go back with my new knowledge and try again!!!
I thought I would just send you an email to let you know how much I enjoyed and learnt on the architecture workshop at Calke Abbey on Saturday. I've now attend 3 of your workshops, getting to know your SLR, composition and architecture, I have found all the courses enjoyable and informative with a very friendly atmosphere. I feel the structure of the day works well and I especially like the critique of photos at the end of the day and I always feel I've made an improvement. I now just have to get in some practice and start looking at which workshop I want to do next.
About This Workshop
To get the most from this workshop, we recommend that you have attended our Explore Your DSLR/Compact System Camera Part 1 or Explore Your Compact Camera workshop, or be confident using your camera's Scene Modes.
If in doubt, please contact your local tutor for advice.
Most of our workshops run from 10am to 4pm, but please check your Joining Instructions for full details.
This workshop is designed to fit alongside any of our other workshops.