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Taking Better Pictures with Professional Photographer Paul Saunders

This one-day course with Professional Photographer Paul Saunders in the beautiful setting of Knockderry Country House Hotel has been designed to help you take better photographs,cut through the jargon, and learn how to take control of your camera in a relaxed and enjoyable way.

The course takes place on Sunday 27th October 2013 from 10am-5pm with a blend of classroom and outdoor practical exercises where delegates will soon be using their cameras to their full potential and shooting in full manual mode. A maximum of six delegates ensures plenty of opportunities for one to one tuition.

The course, which includes tea/coffee and pastries on arrival, a delicious lunch and refreshments through the day, costs £120 per person. Delegates will leave with newly acquired skills, a memory card of all the images they've captured that day and a disc containing workshop notes from the day; plus an introduction to an on-line group for sharing with other course attendees.

The venue Knockderry Country House Hotel is located on the stunning Rosneath Peninsula, with nearby beaches, gardens and other places of interest to help delegates capture some amazing photographs. The course has also been scheduled to take full advantage of Autumn colours.

Workshop topics covered include: camera modes, compositions, portraiture, landscapes, digital editing, exposure, depth of field, shutter speeds and focusing.

Book a place on the photography workshop and find out more here.   

Knockderry Country House Hotel is pleased to offer a discounted accommodation rate to delegates wishing to stay at the hotel whilst attending the course.This is subject to room availability. Please quote ‘Delegate DBB Rate’ and contact the hotel directly on 01436 842283.

Can’t attend this course but would like to be kept updated about future ones? Contact Paul Saunders Photography on 01360 661029 or 07810 481426 or email info@paulsaundersphotography.com

 

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