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Outdoor Portraits – Lifestyle Photography Workshop

Date/Time
Date(s) - 25/04/2015
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location
Earlham Park, Norwich

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With spring underway and summer on the horizon, now is the time to sharpen your outdoor photography skills. Outdoor portraits so often look more relaxed than studio portraits. You also have a much wider choice of backgrounds! In our lifestyle photography workshop you can build your skills, techniques, confidence and portfolio. Learn how to select good backgrounds and position your subject. Learn about basic posing. Develop your own style and gain greater control over your camera.

With our professional model Ann-marie, you are in safe hands. So, even if you’ve never taken portraits before, you can still come away with some great images! You can direct her, or allow her to pose for you. She is very at ease in front of the camera and recently won Mrs East Anglia Galaxy 2014. Here are some sample images of Ann-marie:

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Your tutor will be international award-winning professional photographer Joe Lenton. He is an Associate of the Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers, specialising in outdoor portraits. In this lifestyle photography workshop in Norwich, you will have the opportunity to refine your techniques under his expert guidance. Joe can help you get to grips with depth of field, composition, using flash and more.

Join us for this fun morning of photography! We limit our places strictly to 6 per workshop to ensure that everyone gets time to ask questions and take pictures. We ask that participants shoot one at a time, enabling them to get the most out of our model and to avoid distracting each other.

It is recommended that you have a camera that allows you to shoot in Aperture Priority Mode (A on Nikon, Av on Canon, for example) or Manual Mode. If you have a flashgun then do bring that along too. If you would like any advice on what kit to bring or if you are unsure if your camera or current skill levels are suitable, please do get in touch and we will be happy to advise you.

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