Folkestone photography workshop
Advancing your photography skills / going manual / gaining full control of the quality of your images
level: beginner to advanced
Date: November 6th, 2021 – dates for 1-2-1 workshops to be discussed with client/s
Duration: 4 hours / 8 hours
Start time: 10am
Finish time: 2pm / 6pm
Address: Folkestone, Tram Rd Car Park, CT20 1QP or car park along the Lower Sandgate Road, CT20 1PS
4 hours: £150
8 hours: £250
Group (up to 5 ppl only):
4 hours: £80 pp
8 hours: £120 pp
Payments can be made via bank transfer or PayPal.
What you will be photographing:
Folkestone Harbour Arm
Copt point and Copt point cliffs
Bandstand with sea view
What you will learn:
Arranging your image composition for best impact and representation of our subject
Exposure + exposure bracketing technique
Lens choice for best impact and representation of our subject
Aperture and exposure time selection for best impact and representation of our subject
Going fully manual for best control of your images
Long exposure – which filters to use and how to calculate exposure time
What you will need:
Camera with bulb mode for exposures over 30 sec
NG Grad filters
(if you do not have one or more of the above you will be able to use mine)
I am a Polish-born, UK-based photographer and editor of LEMAG – Long exposure Photography Magazine. I’ve been doing photography since I was 12 and am specialising in landscape long exposure, infrared and conceptual flower photography. I’ve been successfully running my 1-2-1 and small groups workshops in London and Home Counties since 2015.
The workshop is always built around the needs of the attendees and no sales pitches are taking place. I am of course happy to offer advice, if needed, on the filters and other accessories available on the market.
If you are interested in my other workshops in Kent, including 8-hours workshop in Herne Bay and Reculver (including evening and sunset shots) please email me indicating the area you’d like to take a workshop in.
I also offer ZOOM 1-2-1 tuition if you prefer remote meetings.