When: Saturday, 10 May 2014, 11am – 12.30pm (approx.)
Where: Peter Richards room
Are you new to photography? Did you once know how a camera works but now no longer recall what all these settings were actually for? Would you like to understand how aperture, shutter speed, sensitivity, and other parameters affect the photos you get and how to make them work for you? If so, you may be interested in attending this session.
The workshop will be led by Joachim Wabnig, with help of other Photo Soc members (proficient photographers are also welcome to attend – to help and meet other people with similar interests).
To make most of the workshop you are encouraged to take your camera along (so that you can work with a familiar piece of kit), but feel free to attend even if you do not have a camera – we will provide some SLRs to use on the day.
To confirm your attendance or with any further enquiries please contact Aga Iwasiewicz-Wabnig on ai261.