Swiss Garden Photography Workshop Hosted by Darren Harbar
Thursday 20 August 2020
Shuttleworth is pleased to once again be running a photography training workshop in the stunning surroundings of The Swiss Garden. Led by local and internationally published professional photographer, Darren Harbar these workshops are perfectly designed to cater for those new and inexperienced photographers, as well as those who feel they just need a refresher or more guidance.
Attendees are recommended to have a removable lens system camera with manual control options in order to make the most out of the workshops. The day is not suited to compact camera or mobile phone photography. You need not have the latest gear, and a whole host of lenses as just a camera a standard lens will be sufficient.
The workshop covers a range of camera basics, including escaping auto settings and thus getting more from you camera and gaining the ability to consider how you take better images. Your day includes a short theory presentation and then the remaining time is all about practical application of the training around the garden.
What to Expect
- Theory session on camera skills/settings
- Practical sessions around the stunning gardens
- Arrival tea/coffee and lunch included
Who’s It For
- Any photographer who wants to learn how best to use a DSLR or CSC camera out of auto modes and be more creative. The workshop caters from beginners through to enthusiasts.
What You’ll Need
- A camera that offers removable lenses and manual control – Digital Single Lens Reflex camera (DSLR) or Compact System Camera (CSC).
- Sufficient battery power to keep your camera running all day
- Memory cards with sufficient space to capture lots of images
- Suitable clothing to be on a grass airfield
10:00 – Workshop Begins in The Garden Room
13:00 – Lunch Served
15:30 – Q&A Session
16:00 – Workshop Finishes
Please inform us of your special dietary requirements no later than 7 days before your visit.
Telephone Bookings – 01767 627970
Email Bookings – firstname.lastname@example.org