Develop your Photography Skills in the Stunning Landscape of the Brecon Beacons with Creative Photography Wales

Join Creative Photography Wales this August to develop your landscape photography skills. There are two workshops available:

Workshop No.1- 12th August

Brecon Beacons Landscape Photography Workshop

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Creative Photography Wales in the Brecon Beacons National Park for a one day Photography Workshop and a chance to develop your landscape photography skills. The event is aimed at those with some previous experience of photography & who want to take their photography to the next level.

You’ll learn how to get the best out of your camera for landscape photography, have a chance to be creative with composition and if you’ve not tried it before learn how to process your images in RAW.

We’ll include a range of locations and opportunities for superb pictures. An itinerary for the day can be downloaded here: http://www.creativephotographywales.com/pdf/Brecon_Beacons_Landscape_Workshop_Schedule.pdf

You’ll also get an incredibly comprehensive set of course notes to take away with you (in PDF form). These cover a wide range of landscape and other photography subjects all illustrated with my own examples or those taken on my workshops by customers.

You’ll need a Digital SLR with interchangeable lenses or a Bridge Camera (with a fixed zoom) the get the most out of the event. if you’re looking to buy a new camera or upgrade soon, Nigel can offer you advice on what to buy.

Workshop cost is £99 pp; if two book together it’s £185 for the two of you. You can find the booking page for one here: http://www.creativephotographywales.com/workshops2017/cat_142.html. Unfortunately there’s no option on the website for 2 booking together, so if you’d like the discount for 2 option please call and we can organise that separately.

It would be great if you are able to attend, but:

– If you would like to, but are not available, there’s a full list of alternative workshops on the website
– If you know someone who may be interested and would be happy to have the information passed onto them (kindly ask permission first on our behalf!), please do so.

Workshop No.2-  19th August. 

Time Lapse Photography in the Brecon Beacons

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Come and give Time Lapse Photography a try & see the amazing results you can quickly get with your DSLR. I will take you through what you need, the camera settings for different situations and how to create your video in Photoshop.

This is a dedicated day workshop on Time Lapse Photography, covering a variety of landscapes and features from the Black Mountains and the South Wales Valleys. You’ll be taken through the entire process. We’ll include time to fully cover the image processing and creation of the video on returning from the shoot.

This workshop is ideally designed for those with previous experience of their camera as the focus is on developing your skills in timelapse photography; this does involve some prior knowledge of your camera.

Cost of Workshop: £119 for One or £219 for 2 Booking Together
Please note that the booking link below doesn’t allow for the 2 booking together discount. Please Contact Me directly to secure this discount

Please view the itinerary at: http://www.creativephotographywales.com/pdf/Time_Lapse_Workshop_August_19th_2017.pdf

This is the perfect opportunity to share your new skills with us, by using the hashtag  #visitbreconbeacons on Instagram!

 

Happy Snapping! 📷

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