The Royal Photographic Society course on plant and garden photography

21st August 2018 10am-5om

Philip Smith your tutor, will start the day with a short introductory talk. Topics covered
will include composition, light, the language of lenses, as they relate to garden and
plant photography, including macro. We will then tour the garden and Philip will
discuss the many photographic opportunities on offer.
You will then be free to explore the marvellous ‘garden rooms’ at Stockton Bury,
making your own images with one to one help and support from Philip as needed.
There will be time for the group to reflect at length on the photographs taken on the
day and also any images you may want to bring with you to share- on data stick
please.
Who is it for: photographers with any type of camera, although DSLR or Bridge
users with interchangeable lenses will get most from the day. If you are unsure
about how your camera works then please bring your manual.
What to bring: tripod is extremely useful but not essential (not monopod), all your
lenses, full battery and enough card storage, any reflectors or extra lights you like to
use, garden kneelers are useful and suitable clothing for outdoor work.
Lunch and refreshments are provided.

Non Royal Photographic Society Members £130
Members £97

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