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.
After the success of the 2018 “Shortest Night” we will, once again, be running this, not so short, non-stop night of photography. Circumnavigating Anglesey and Snowdonia” – starting in Llanberis with a picnic supper in the Evening and finishing at breakfast, both of which are included in the cost of this event. Shooting for nearly 15 hours solid. Most of the 2018 delegates are already pre-booked onto this event so spaces are already limited.
It is a bit of a challenge for Today’s WelshotReward Day – We are going to capture the three main lighthouses on Anglesey – Penmon, Llanddwyn Island and South Stack. This will be a day of landscape, seascapes, macro and nature photography, make sure you bring your filters if you’d like to give long exposures a shot. The aim is to be out all day and finish by capturing a a stunning sunset at either South Stack or Llanddwyn Island. Depending on the tides and weather conditions we will make the decision on the day in which order we shoot the last two lighthouses.
Perfect for the complete beginner – we will guide, support and help you every step of the way and you will get plenty of tuition – group and one to one.
So, charge your battery, grab your camera and come join us for some fun, laughter and photography at the beach.
Some mid-winter fun tonight for you and your camera at the Anglesey Welshot Photographic Academy – Tonight you will be both inside and out, taking part in something a little bit different. It is all about having some fun, being creative and making some great images from a range of photographic genres
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.
A brand new (to Welshot) photographic experience which mixes walking in the great outdoors with photography. Walking With Your Camera – guided by Helen Iles* has been specifically designed for those photographers who want to get into the beautiful Snowdonia National Park in North Wales to practice their Landscape Photography skills. From landscape to macro (close-up) to natural history photography – what could be better than a gentle stroll, along a river or a lake, and learning how to get the best from your camera. Helen will inspire, motivate and help you get the best from the day and like every Welshot there will be help, support and guidance to help you along the way.
Cwm Idwal – a 3 to 4 hour gentle hill walk taking in one of Snowdonia’s hidden gems, famous for its rock formations, plant life and stunning views of the lake. The lake is surrounded by the towering peaks of Glyder Fach, Glyder Fawr, Y Garn and across the valley, Pen Yr Ole Wen.
Our very first “Roving Academy Evening” for 2019 is all about Low-Light and Long Exposure Photography. The location is the beautiful and historical St Asaph Cathedral and then onto the Marble Church in Bodelwyddan just off the A55 in North Wales. While we will be concentrating on Long Exposures and learning how to photograph in low-light conditions there will be plenty of time to learn some HDR techniques and grab some close-up details if you would like. 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.
Christmas Woolly Jumpers, Christmas Markets, Low-Light, Long Exposures and Traffic Trails – maybe some mulled wine and waffles – this Welshot Photographic Mini-Module in Manchester will have it all. 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?
Tonight, at the Welshot Photographic Academy Evening in Beaumaris it’s all about shooting and making an HDR photograph. High Dynamic Range can be a useful skill and technique to learn and can be used in a variety of situations. If it is done correctly no one will event be able to tell your images/exposures have even been merged. Tonight, you will be learning how to shoot HDR in Low-Light and the Historical St Marys Church and if you would like, practising your long exposures too, before heading back were we will show you how to shoot and how to post process those images
Tonight, at the Roving Academy Evening it is all about seascapes mixed with landscape, low-light, long exposure and even a bit of creative and macro photography. Guaranteed to blow the cobwebs away, Llandudno, from the pier to the Great Orme, this location will provide the perfect atmosphere for a night along a beautiful part of the North Wales coastline making for a great night of photography. For those who would like, we will even throw in a bit of a challenge too, just to get the photographic creative juices flowing. If weather and conditions permit, we might even get a chance to do some painting with light too.