New for 2020, this six-hour practical workshop in Birmingham city centre combines theory and practical to transform your snapshots into potential masterpieces.
We will explore why and how great photographs work and what we can learn from master photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ansel Adams and William Eggleston.
Then we’ll spend a couple of hours in Birmingham city centre putting these ideas into practice before returning to the classroom for a group critique of our work.
Suitable for all digital cameras including smartphones. While the technical functionality of a DSLR is useful for aspects of composition, such as depth of focus, this workshop will cover much, much more.
Based at a cozy city-centre venue, right next to New St Station, this workshop costs £60 for the day.
This class is under development and more details will be forthcoming soon.
- 10am: An exploration of compositional techniques used in some of the great photographs of the last century.
- 12pm: A walking workshop in Birmingham city centre where we’ll put these techniques to the test.
- 1:30pm: Lunch. (Bring your own or purchase from cafe.)
- 2pm: Reviewing the walk photos with the class and making plans for the future.
- 4pm: ends.
Suitable for: Beginner or intermediate photographers. All digital cameras from smartphones to DSLRs are welcome.
Accessibility: Venue is accessible. Walk is mostly pavements.
Frequency: Monthly on Saturdays.
Location: BOM (Birmingham Open Media), 1 Dudley Street, Birmingham, B5 4EG
Standard price: £60
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