Photography Days at The Kitchen Garden - 19th August
Photography basics - taking creative control
Get the most out of any camera - from camera phones to DSLRs.
Do you become frustrated that your photographs don’t turn out the way you expect? A single image only takes a moment, and yet there is so much to consider before pressing the button. Our tendency is just to take the picture and then get home and realise it wasn’t quite the perfect picture we were expecting. This workshop explores the approach to photography rather than the settings and ‘rules’. We will look into the answers to questions such as the following:
Is the composition right? Is there anything in the frame that we don’t want in the photograph?
What are the light sources? Direction, intensity and quality of light are all important. Portrait or landscape? Which parts do we want in focus?
About Toby Gibson:
Toby is a freelance photographer specialising in the natural world, wildlife and underwater photography. Having spent several years as a web and IT manager at the World Land Trust conservation charity, he recently decided on a career change. Gaining a Master’s degree in Biological Photography and Imaging from Nottingham University in 2014, he moved to the Brecon Beacons that year. Along with the group workshops, Toby also offers 1 to 1 tuition which allows more detailed coverage of specific areas of photography.
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