Digital camera skills, beginners - Part 1

8 April 2018, 10.00 AM - 8 April 2018, 4.00 PM

Linnaeus study room, University of Bristol Botanic Garden

Are you stuck on photography 'Auto' pilot?. This one day workshop will show you that cameras are capable of so much more by taking you through your camera controls. Graham Parish will teach you about aperture priority, shutter priority, ISO and exposure compensation and help you put it into practice in the Botanic Garden.

By the end of the day you will have learnt how to improve your photos by knowing why and when to use both aperture priority and shutter priority, what effects the changing of ISO and exposure will have, and how to avoid camera shake.

Suitable for complete beginners or anyone seeking the skills or confidence to get off auto mode.

You will need to have a camera with both aperture priority (typically marked A or Av) and shutter priority modes (typically marked S or T). Any of these types of camera will do - compact, bridge, csc (compact system camera) or dslr.

£50 (including a light lunch - drinks not included)

How to enrol

Please note that we accept enrolments online only.

To enrol on a course visit the University online shop and register your details. You will be asked to add registration to your basket, but you will not be charged for registering.

For help enrolling, download our How to enrol (PDF, 2,120kB) form.

Prior enrolment is essential on all courses. Enrolments for all courses will close 2 days prior to the start of the course.

Please address any queries by e-mail to botanic-gardens@bristol.ac.uk or call 0117 428 2041