New for 2020, a two hour outdoor walking workshop starting in the Jewellery Quarter, based on the City at Night photo walk.

As the sun descends, photography in the evening forces you to use the Manual setting, working with available light, tripods and the capabilities of your camera to produce photos from the sublime to the other worldly.

This small class, limited to four participants, is designed for people who want to take full control of their cameras, pushing the aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings to their limits while working in the most challenging lighting conditions. If you have done my Beginners class you are ready for this.

Working individually or in pairs, I will lead you through a series of exercises that will give you tools for all manner of photography, not just night-time.

A DSLR or Mirrorless camera is required for this class. If you’re not sure if your camera is suitable, get in touch before booking.

Tripods can be hired for an extra £5.

Suitable for: Intermediate photographers with cameras that have a Manual setting.

Accessibility: Mostly pavements in the city centre, some steps. Fairly good accessibility.

Frequency: A weekday evening, bi-monthly.

Starting Point: Outside St Paul’s Church, Jewellery Quarter.

Standard price: £25

Upcoming Classes

Photo School classes and walks have been suspended due to coronavirus. I will be in touch soon with those who have booked or bought vouchers. Thank you for your patience. More about how the outbreak will affect Photo School.