Another WelshotRewards Day – A Members Only event that only WelshotRewards can purchase (indicated £’s will be converted to WelshotRewards at checkout) and this time we are in the Castlefields area of Manchester. An area full of history with so many photographic opportunities – from close-up and macro to scenes perfect for HDR. Today is all about learning how (or refreshing those skills) to use all your cameras main functions – concentrating on the “Exposure Triangle” – Aperture – Shutter – ISO… The three main components needed to take a photograph no matter what camera you use. By bringing them all together you will always be able to create an image that you have in your mind’s eye.
The February “Roving Academy Evening” is all bout getting creative in Conwy. As it is still dark we will be using our cameras in Low-Light conditions and making a variety of Long Exposure photographs – from “Traffic Trails” to “Milky” water effects on the Quay. The beautiful town of Conway, North Wales will be our locations Tonight. You will have a bit of a challenge to re-create some iconic images using a variety of photographic techniques and skills. Long Exposures, HDR, Macro (Close-Up) there will be plenty to capture on our Evening stroll with cameras. All after a Fish and Chip supper of course. We will also learning the “Painting with Light” technique and showing you how to add light onto your buildings to give them that WOW factor.
Tonight at the Anglesey Photographic Academy Evening Welshot will be showing you how to use JUST ONE Light and how it can help you to create and make a powerful image in your camera – We will be using both Studio Lighting and Off Camera Flash equipment. You will be learning to make and create a variety of images with very different results and looks by using three valuable techniques. Rembrandt, Butterfly and Side lighting (otherwise known as split lighting). Take these skills home with you and you will be able to use every time you shoot in a studio or OFC situation.
Want to learn how to get the best from YOUR camera and photography in a safe, affordable and non-competitive environment but still have the flexibility of being able to wander off and be creative knowing you can, at any time, ask for help, guidance or support? Want to join in a group photography meet-up to talk with other like-minded photographers in a fun environment but also take advantage of a Mini-Masterclass learning specific photographic techniques – Well, now you can with the Welshot Mini-Modules and this event is taking place in the photogenic and atmospheric, not to mention emotive location of the Imperial War Museum North in the Salford Quays area of Manchester.
Macro Photography and getting creative is what it is all about at this Welshot Photographic Academy Evening at the Holiday Inn, Ellesmere Port. You will realise just how much fun you can have with mashed potato…. And fruit, sweets, cupcakes, biscuits and, of course, your tripod and camera…
Using miniature figures (Lego as well as really teeny tiny model railway miniature figures) to create scenes such as men scaling mountains made of mashed potato, white water rafting on doughnuts, swimming in cups of tea and constructing a building made of sugar lumps – tonight is about getting creative with your camera and photography and learning to tell a story through the photos you make. The only limitation is your imagination.
At the October Welshot Photographic Evening based in the David Hughes Community Centre, Beaumaris it is all about Halloween. In a creative way, using your camera, the lighting and posing your models, our Welshot Team Leaders will help you to make some wonderful portrait photography. Our Models will be stunningly scary and you are guaranteed to get yourself some very different and creative photographs for your portfolio– this Photographic Academy Evening is going to have it all, from our Halloween props and costumes to fun and chips.
At the October Welshot Photographic Evening based at the Holiday Inn, Ellesmere Port it is all about Halloween. In a creative way, using your camera, the lighting and posing your models, our Welshot Team Leaders will help you to make some wonderful portrait photography. Our Models will be stunningly scary and you are guaranteed to get yourself some very different and creative photographs for your portfolio– this Photographic Academy Evening is going to have it all, from our Halloween props and costumes to fun and chips.
So my fellow Welshoter’s I’ve just had a very informative hour and a half with Boss Tog (aka Eifion) all about lenses. I have had an Olympus EM-5 micro four thirds camera with a 45mm prime lens and a 14-150mm zoom for about six year and wasn’t really getting to grips with it until I […]