Would you like to learn how to develop your landscape photography to capture the change of season? This course is aimed at those wanting to improve their landscape photography. Very often when starting out in photography, the image we take with our camera isn’t the same as the image we see with our eyes. Or at least, it doesn’t reflect the same feelings of awe and beauty we felt when viewing the scene. On this course you will learn to use the settings and features of your camera to confidently shoot with more artistic intention; for example, the relationship between aperture and shutter speed and how we can use each of these to creative effect; how to ‘meter’ correctly; and why we should pay attention to ‘white balance’. We will examine what makes an image great and how to apply some basic concepts of composition to make your images stand out. And finally we will look at post-processing: the ‘second half of the creative process’; while you can’t make a bad image look good, with the help of some free but powerful editing software, we will learn how to make a good image great. We will also go on a number of excursions to many of the most beautiful places in South Devon to put what you’ve learnt into practise, with the guidance of your course leader.
What's included in the price
The price advertised is for a sole occupancy room. We do have other pricing options available: Shared room: £315, Non-Resident: £215. Deposit payment scheme is also an option. Included in the price for sole occupancy is: - Expert tuition, - Free wi-fi - Full board accommodation - Hot and cold drinks - Picnic lunch