14 Oct

Lights, Camera, Cars

Photography Workshop
10.30AM - 4.30PM
£75 per person

Experiment with lighting to achieve the perfect photo of your car. Suitable for beginners, intermediates or as a refresher.

With six spaces available on the workshop Lara Platman, motoring photographer, will be able to give you personalised and individual guidance on how you can improve your photographic skills. You will experiment with the light and flash guns to achieve your perfect photo. This workshop is the perfect addition to complement skills you have learnt in previous ‘Cars through the Lens’ workshops.

What to bring with you

Essential:

  • DSLR or Bridge Camera fully charged
  • Fully charged battery
  • Empty memory and card reader
  • USB stick for photographs shared
  • Seat or kneeling pad
  • Flash gun
  • Warm layered clothing

Desirable but not essential:

  • Battery charger
  • Reflectors
  • Spare memory card
  • Tripod

Please note lunch is not provided, however there is a café or you are welcome to bring your own packed lunch

 

Pricing: £75 per person to include course, morning coffee, and entry to Museum.

Booking essential.
Book online or call 01926 645033 (Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm £2.50 admin fee applies to phone bookings)

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2017-10-14 10:30:00 2017-10-14 16:30:00 Europe/London Lights, Camera, Cars Photography Workshop British Motor Museum Emma Rawlinson museum@britishmotormuseum.co.uk
Event Contact:
Emma Rawlinson
Tel01926 927823
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