A little additional information to answer any question you may have about the courses.
A camera is just a tool so just about any kind will do.
That said, you will get more out of our workshops with a camera that has adjustable settings than you will with a DSLR, a bridge camera, or a mirrorless camera.
The absolute ideal camera would be a dSLR as this gives the ability to change lenses and utilise the range of alternative lenses we have for you to try.
A tripod and a cable release if you have them but don’t worry if you haven’t, they are not essential but do help to alleviate camera shake, which is really noticeable when doing macro photography.
Make sure your batteries are charged and ready for action before you arrive but we can access power points for additional charging throughout the day.
Bring plenty of memory cards or the facility to download cards as its surprising how many pictures you can take in one day.
The normal group size for each workshop: macro photography – 8-10 delegates depending on the workshop location.
Tea/coffee on arrival and available throughout the day
Full Photographic tuition
We are located on the outskirts of Swindon, in Wiltshire; located close to the Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire borders with easy access from the M4, A420 & A419. All the equipment needed throughout the day will be provided. We will also have a laptop available for reviewing work and downloading.
Free parking is available at both locations.
A detailed map, with full directions, will be sent to all delegates before the workshop and a mobile telephone number will be provided in case of any difficulties on the day.
There is full disability access at the Swindon and Whitchurch locations.
This event is suitable for all levels of fitness as there is no walking involved.