Everyday Photography Skills
One Day Workshop
Wed 09 Dec 2020
£70* Commercial | £60* Individual
10am - 5pm
This practical course is designed to teach you the established rules of composition and lighting to help you get the most from your pictures. Whatever your interest in photography whether it be landscape, street, portrait, or simply taking pictures of friends and family, many of these ‘rules’ can vastly improve your photography. We will also be exploring images that circumvent the ‘rules’ with success.
Good use of natural light can completely transform your photography and exploring this will form part of the course so you when you leave for the day you will be equipped with new ways of seeing photographic opportunities around you!
This course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn the basic skills to improve their photography, whatever device they shoot on. Attendees will need to bring their device with them and make sure they are fully charged, as well as bring a lead with which to download pictures.
Places are limited and pre-booking is required. To learn about the Covid-19 safety measures we have put in place please read the following information about your visit to Exeter Phoenix >>
Workshop attendees get 10% off all food and hot drinks at the Café Bar.
Vanessa Miles is a professional photographer based in Exeter.
Her experience is rich and varied in the world of photography. She was a founder member women’s photography collective in South London in the early eighties and set up ran the Environmental Picture library in London in the early nineties. She has worked as a freelance picture editor, researcher and as a film stills photographer. Since living in Devon, she works as a wedding, press and events photographer, and photography teacher. She is Exeter Phoenix’s principal photography tutor and teaches photography at Exeter College for adult education. She is a freelance lecturer for higher education and has recently completed an MA at Plymouth University.