Photography For Beginners
Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
10am - 5pm
Professional photographer and picture editor, Vanessa Miles, will be running this in-depth two day course introducing digital SLR Photography. Participants ideally should have their own camera and will be learning about technical aspects which will include understanding apertures, shutter speeds and ISO’s as well as artistic aspects exploring what makes good composition and how to make the best use of natural light. This is a very practical course, which includes taking pictures, downloading and editing them on the day. Please bring a few examples of your photography along to the first session. This will be an action packed, fun few days, allowing you to better understand your camera.
Places are limited to 6 people so early booking is recommended.
Workshop attendees get 10% off all food and hot drinks at the Café Bar.
Vanessa Miles is a photographer based in Exeter. Her experience is rich and varied in the world of photography. She was a founder member womens 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 and 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 Phoenixs principal photography tutor and teaches photography at Exeter College for adult education. She is a freelance lecturer for higher education and is currently pursuing personal projects on an MA at Plymouth University.