Using tilt/shift lenses in landscape photography - SORRY - EVENT FULL!

07 May 2016

09:30 - 16:30

Rutland Water
Anglian Water Birdwatching Centre
Egleton
Rutland
United Kingdom
LE15 8BT

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Non RPS Member£75.00 
RPS members£65.00
RPS member bringing their own tilt-shift lens£55.00
Group member not bringing a tilt-shift lens£55.00
Group member bringing their own tilt-shift lens£45.00

 

A one day workshop intended to show attendees how to use tilt/shift lenses in landscape photography, to improve front to back image sharpness, correct parallax and to create shift panoramas and larger image sizes.

The workshop will cover a basic level of theory before going through some practical exercises in the classroom and then going out on location (weather permitting) to use the lenses in practice.

The workshop is open to those who already have a tilt/shift lens and are unsure of how to get the best out of it and to those who are thinking of buying a tilt/shift lens in the future.  We will have a small selection of tilt/shift lenses available for demonstration and to try. Please bring along your camera, your tilt/shift lens if you have one, a stable tripod, remote release and spare battery.

Free tea and coffee will be available all day in the classroom area, but you will need to bring your own packed lunch.

Image of 'Porth Nanven' by Tim Parish, LRPS, using a Nikon 24mm PC/E lens

Tim Parish
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Group(s): Landscape