Would you like to get more out of your photography and get the images you want! Do you want to get away from the auto
button and take control of the camera for youself. Then Drumstudio Photographer David can help
you. The workshops are a great informal way of learning, a way to
find out what all those buttons and dials on the camera mean and do. He will also help you with compostion and the use of light to give your photos more impact and wow
factor. You may have had your camera for years and never really got to grips with it. You may have just bought a D.S.L.R. or you may have received one as a gift. If so, just one
workshop day will help you to get so much more from your camera. Whether you have a D.S.L.R., a small compact or even just your phone, each workshop will run either on a one to one basis or
an open workshop with maximum of 3 to 4 people, this way David will be able to help you individually get the best out of your photography. You could just press and hope for the best or you could
take up a place on a workshop day, then you can impress everbody with your stunning images.
Dates for the next Open Workshops:
The Cotswolds in Autumn
6th Oct 2018
A small tour the of the beautiful Cotswold locations of Burford, Bibury and Bourton-on-the-Water. Capture this quintessential English landscape at it's most
picturesque. Taking tips from local photographer on the best angle and use of light, as well as hints on composition, that will lift your photos up to the next level.
£85 per person (Transport not included)
One to One sessions are available to book at anytime!
To book your workshop day Just e-mail email@example.com or phone 01608 819221
A sample of a basic itinerary for a novice workshop runs as follows;
Charlbury Round and About.
9:00 am. Meet up have coffee, tea or whatever.(dependant on location, usually at the Charlbury Deli)
9:15-10:30 Getting to know your camera.(what all those symbols, letters and numbers mean)
10:30-12:30 Out and about and the use of depth of field.
1:30-3:30 Out and about with your camera working on composition.
3:30-4:30 Use of the natural light for effect.
4:30-5:00 A review of the day, going over what we have worked on.
This is not hard and fast, the day is always flexible!
Each workshop is £85:00 per person or £100 one to one and includes beverages and lunch.
If you don't have a D.S.L.R. and want to know whether you want to go down that route, you can have one on lone from Drumstudio Photography £25.00 for the day (one available only per workshop session)