Overview of course
An offshoot from our digital photography courses, this excellent walkabout and escape from the classroom offers an opportunity to learn some practical photography skills with your camera, phones or tablets. On the walk around Sudbury there are 14 red posts with small bronze statues to find and photograph. Each one of these monuments depicts an historical story which relates to Sudbury's past which makes up the famous Talbot Trail of Sudbury.
What will I learn?
Firstly we start with refreshing the basics of photography with macro, aperture priority, flash or not flash, reflections and composition for approximately 2 hours. Then we will head off for the starting point of our trail tour. Technical talk at a minimum and learning to suit all will be the aim of the day. Upon completion of the trail we return to the Centre to view and discuss our photos and hopefully see some of our masterpieces up on the screen and discuss our day. We will first meet at the Sudbury site of West Suffolk College in Cornard Road for some action planning and skill sharing.
As this is an all day workshop you may wish to bring a packed lunch, there is a vending machine for hot beverages.
Will I have to provide anything?
You will need to bring a packed lunch, however tea, coffee and water is available at the Learning Centre. Good shoes and comfortable clothing is advisable. Cameras should be charged up and bring spare batteries just in case.
I'm interested. What should I do now?
Please either enrol on-line using the link or call West Suffolk College in Sudbury on 01787 880619 or visit us at 18-20 Cornard Road, Sudbury CO10 2XA
Days & times
Monday 10:00 - 15:30