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Silver Intermediate Course 7-Weeks starting Monday 8th April at 6.30 pm in and around Amble


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Who is the Silver Intermediate Course for?

Have you been on one of my Bronze Basic Courses and feel like you want to take things a bit further? This Silver Intermediate Course is also suitable for those who have done the NCFE Level 1 or 2 courses.

What does the Silver Course include?

This course will refresh the basics of photography and then take you up to the next level. We will cover:

Advanced metering and metering modes
Metering compensation and selective expsoure
Hyperfocal Distance and manual focus

The golden section

Discovering your camera and lens limitations
Choosing the right lens for the right photograph.


Shooting in the gold and blue hours. (Evening photoshoot, date set by mutual agreement)
Night shoot (Again by mutual agreement)

Raw and image development


You will get a photography project and ongoing help with your questions answered.

Where is the course held?

The course will be based in and around the Amble area and it’s held outdoors, so will be weather dependent. (In case of blizzards, we will either meet in a coffee shop or postpone the lesson.)
There will be two evening shoots on this course and the dates and locations will be by mutual agreement.
As with all my courses it is hands on and you’ll be taking lots of photographs. There is no writing involved.

What will I need to bring?

You need either a Bridge, Mirroless (CSC) or DSLR camera.
A tripod will be useful, but not essential.

I have mobility restrictions or health issues. can I come on the course?

Yes. I try to make the courses accessible to everyone.

How many people will be on the course?

I restrict the courses to six participants. I run the courses even if only one person signs up.


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