Exploring Movement in Photography in the Southern Lake District - 4 night residential
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About the Course
We're all used to keeping our cameras as still as possible to get sharp images. On this holiday, we will be exploring movement in photography; first you will learn how to use Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) to get intriguing abstract images by moving the camera during the exposure. Once we've mastered that we'll move on to working with Subject Movement. Should I stop movement or show movement? As well as working with such classic subjects as moving water, we'll also spend time experimenting with light painting tools and stopping water droplets with short exposure flash.
For this holiday you should already be able to use your camera with confidence. We’ll spend most of the day outdoors, exploring by mini-coach or on foot, walking up to 3 miles (5km) each day.
Find out how to get the best results from your own camera
Our professional photography leader will guide and encourage
Daily image review sessions offer constructive feedback throughout your holiday
Prices may be subject to change. Please click through on the Book Online button above for the up to date price and availability.
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What's included in the price?
Full-board en-suite accommodation
All essential transport
Tuition from our expert leaders
Small groups of up to 12 guests
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Course Start DatesMonday 21st October 2019
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