Explore the wonders of night time photography during this creative, hands on and revealing evening photography workshop. You will learn various creative techniques for working in low light conditions and painting with light.
During this workshop you will have the opportunity to photograph some of the renowned landmarks in the historic city of Bath - including Bath Abbey, Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge.
Your tutor (who will accompany you throughout the evening) will not only be there to support you but will ensure that you have a fun and truly informative experience.
The workshop is best suited for DSLR owners but is open to owners of "Point and Shoot" cameras - if capable of manipulating the Shutter and Aperture settings (to sustain the long exposures required for night photography).
On the course we will also use the timer function on the camera so, if possible, bring a tripod (for questions about your camera's capabilities please email your camera details to firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are not familiar with your camera's settings and functions, you may wish to sign up for the 'Introduction To Your Digital Camera' workshop before attending this course.
What to bring
Required: Fully charged digital camera with enough available space on a memory card for a least 80 high quality images and, if possible, a tripod. Digital SLRs are available for hire from the RPS on request.
Warm, waterproof clothes and sensible footwear.
We also advised you to bring a spare battery if possible.
Meeting point for the workshop is outside the main door of the Bath Abbey
Times: 6pm – 10pm
Address: Meet outside Bath Abbey
Parking: There are various car parks in the city centre http://visitbath.co.uk/travel-and-maps/parking-in-bath