If you love taking photos, but want to get to grips with using shutter speeds to produce more creative photos, then this is the photography workshop for you! This photography workshop - lead by professional travel and landscape photographer Matthew Williams-Ellis - will teach you all you need to know!
During the workshop you will learn about various types of panning, light trails and long exposure landscape photography with ‘in the field’ tutorials, allowing you to practise and experiment with newly learned techniques. You will learn how using shutter speeds creatively can add energy and life to images, while photographing around St Pauls, Leadenhall Market and Tower Bridge.
At the same time as learning the technical side of photography, we will talk a lot about the thought process of creating (not just taking) photos. Matthew will offer tips on composition, guide your photographic eye and help you develop a proactive photography mindset, ensuring you can apply your new found skills to any given situation when photographing in the future.
Please note: I will always be happy to talk about any topic that you do not understand, however depending on your skill level, I strongly recommend attending one of my 'Ultimate Introduction to Photography' workshops prior to attending this photography workshop.
-Camera: Essential(!). Any digital SLR or other camera that can be controlled manually. Please contact before booking if you only have a smart phone. -Lenses: Wide angle lens essential, telephoto lens optional. -Tripod: Essential. Any size will be fine, but the more sturdy the better! Loan can be arranged…
Matthew's photography workshops are about learning your camera inside out, immersing yourself in photography, trying new techniques, and having fun with your camera alongside like-minded people! Tutorials are 'in the field', where you are encouraged to experiment with your new skills to create eye-catching photos of some of London's most iconic sites!
You will always receive plenty of 1 to 1 time ensuring you master your camera, develop a proactive photography mindset and further your photographic eye. You will leave feeling confident about both the technical and creative aspects of photography, allowing you to capture unique…