Workshops and Activities – Booking Essential

Want to register for one of our workshops or activities (groups of up to six people)? They are free and aim to be learning or just fun photography experiences. Complete the online form to express an interest…

These are the current workshops running as suggested. Others will be added to the list. Expect Astro Photography, Macro Photography…

REFLECTIONS. A mainly indoor photography workshop on seeking and creating images that include reflections. To consider different reflective surfaces, lighting, and composing set-ups. A very practical session with opportunities to experiment with different subjects and ideas. Wednesday evenings. But other nights are available depending on sufficient interest.

Dates: Weds 23 September and Wed 30 September 2020. Haven Arms. 7pm.

LONG EXPOSURE NIGHT TIME PHOTOGRAPHY. Outdoor workshop on Wednesdays. Weather dependent.

Photo – Carl Cooper.

How to frame a shot to make the most of available light, make lights twinkle, target a subject with leading lines, and most of all get the best photo you can achieve. The Workshop will go through everything to do with getting a good bright photograph, even in next to zero light.

You will need a DSLR or Bridge camera and tripod as a necessity, a remote trigger or cable release would be handy, but if not, then knowledge of your camera to set up your 2, 5, or 10-second timer.

Dates: Weds 23 September and Wed 30 September 2020. Hull City Centre, 7pm.

LONG EXPOSURE DAYLIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY. Daytime Workshops arranged to suit participants. Groups of up to 3 or 6 depending on location and subject. The use of Neutral Density filters and developing skills in landscape, cityscape and seascape.

#NOTE: COVID-19 restrictions. Up to 6 people only. Social-distancing and contact & trace measures apply to all workshops. Unfortunately, we can’t offer any ‘hands on’ advice with your kit, only verbal.

Hedon-based, free, fun and friendly photography club.

Photo: Carl Cooper.