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What our customers say about our Landscape Photography course
Our “Landscape Photography” course is an ideal follow on course for people who have a good grasp of the basic elements of photography and who may have attended our “Getting Started” or “Next Steps” courses or who have an interest in landscape photography.
The landscape photography course explores composition techniques in greater detail, choosing the right time of day to shoot and the importance of light and how it changes during the day. We will cover equipment and accessories that will help improve your results too. During the course we will provide numerous, illustrative examples to help explain each topic.
The course has a mix of classroom and practical elements, with ample time to practice what you learn at a number of locations throughout the venue. Bring your camera, lenses, tripod and filters if you have them and try-out what you learn throughout the day. Don’t worry if you don’t have your own filters as we will bring a variety for you to try.
What will you learn on this landscape photography course?
During this course, we will cover the following topics:Composition techniques Rule of thirds, lead in lines, framing, perspective Positioning subjects in the frame And positioning oneself as the photographer Lighting The golden hour and the seasons Accessories and equipment Use of filters: graduated (hard and soft), neutral density, polarisers The right lens From wide angle to telephoto Use of monochrome Looking for suitable subjects Foreground interest Using objects in situ and placing objects The use of regression Creating interest in the background Using a tripod And other means to provide stability
Who is this landscape photography course suitable for?
We’ve designed this course for those who have a good understanding of the basic concepts of photography and want to fine-tune their skills in the genre of landscape photography.
Pre-requisites for this course
There are no prerequisites to attend the Landscape Photography course. Delegates should ideally already own a digital camera and understand the basic concepts of photography. The course will be split between presentation and actual photography at the venue with assistance on hand to handle queries on technique and equipment.
Suggested follow on courses
Delegates who attend the “Getting Started” course, may wish to consider the following courses:
Or one of our other courses.