Want to get Creative with Landscapes?
Landscape Photography is an Art Form in itself. There is a formula to use to get it just right...
Have you been stood in-front of a stunning view, wishing that you could capture the very essence of it, so that you can fully absorb the beauty of what your eyes can see, but perhaps don't quite have the tools to do so...
Well, look no further as this course is for you. This workshop will take you through everything you need to know to create landscape imagery of the highest quality, capturing all of the beautiful details, to take home with you and re-visit as often as you like to! (Perhaps this is part of a business venture...?)
What you will learn on this workshop with David Islip will be the knowledge and skill to capture the amazing sights that you see, exactly as you intend to. This could be the opportunity you need to start adorning the walls of your home with Mother Nature at her finest...
The Running of the day will be as follows:
10:00-10:30 Welcome drinks
10:30-11:30 How to plan and get the best quality from your Landscape Photography
11.30-13:00 Photography Session One
13:00-14:00 Lunch in The Naze cafe
14:00-16:00 Photography Session Two
16:00-17:00 Image Review
(Lunch is not included in the ticket price so that you can choose from the cafe menu, exactly what you fancy and specific to your dietary needs. Please do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to inform of any special dietary requirements so that this can be communicated to the venue with plenty of notice).
EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS. EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED AND UPDATED WHEN POSSIBLE.
A little bit about your trainer...
David Islip; Long standing Panel member, Mentor and Master Craftsman with The Guild of Photographers; has worked as a full time professional photographer since 2001, with plenty more years of experience prior to that too. Working with his wife Sandra they have jointly photographed more than 2000 weddings over almost 40 years. David has always had a preference for a certain style of image so a move into Landscapes is a natural progression for him and his business, with his next venture 'Islip Fine Art'.