1 – I am a complete beginner; which workshop shall I attend?
The Digital Photography Workshop Level 1.
The level 1 workshop will probably be suitable for you. Level 1 is a practical workshop (70% outdoors and 30% theory). During this workshop, you will gain a full understanding of the fundamental principals of photography, for a more creative approach to photography.
You can complete the Digital Photography Workshops on one of our weekend or evening courses.
2 – I am a keen amateur and have been taking pictures for many years, which course shall I attend?
We recommend the Digital Photography Level 1 for most students, even if you think you know your camera very well.
On this workshop you will learn to use the MANUAL Settings on your camera. If you have been taking pictures for a long time, but still use AUTO mode, P mode or SCENE modes, The Digital Photography Level 1 will be very good for you.
3 – I think I am a good photographer; can I book on Digital Photography Level 2 without having done Level 1 before?
Yes, if you can use you camera in fully Manual mode. You must be fluent with the basics of photography.
4 – What camera do I need to have?
You will get the most out of our workshops with a Digital SLR Camera (DSLR).
5 – I have just got my camera and know nothing about it; can I still enroll on your workshops?
Yes, some of our students bring the camera still in the box. It is great to learn the right way from scratch, so don’t worry about knowing nothing before the course.
6 – What do I need to bring for the workshop?
1) fully charged batteries and clean memory cards, pen and paper.
2) Wear comfortable clothing and shoes as we walk a lot to locations.
3) Check the weather and be prepared for cold, rain, snow, and hopefully, a lot of sunshine.
4) Travel light, we often finish or start classes on locations.
7 – Do we have a break during the course?
Our weekday and weekend workshops run from 10:00am to approx 4:30pm, with 10 minutes coffee/tea break and approx 45 min lunch break when there when will be an opportunity to buy lunch at a local cafe. Our evening workshops run from 6:30pm to 9:30pm with 15 minutes coffee/tea break.