Fareham Marina

Exploring Fareham Marina in Fareham with The Ashcroft Arts Centre

We are excited to offer three photography walkshops in partnership with Fareham’s The Ashcroft Arts Centre and Hampshire Cultural Trust.

After an introduction to camera controls and focusing, this workshop will be dedicated to learning different photography techniques and tips including composition, creating a narrative, controlling focus & more while exploring around the marina are of Fareham. You’ll complete an inspiring walk by Fareham creek and around the old waterside buildings to practice your new photography skills looking at the shoreline, architecture, signs of the heritage of the town, local nature and what we find along the way. We will end the walk down the creek as it heads out to Portsmouth Harbour.

Young people are welcome to join, if aged up to 16 they will require a parent/guardian to accompany them who doesn’t need to book on the workshop if they aren’t participating.   

Expect to see buildings modern and old, textures, quiet urban corners, waterside views, wildlife and so much more.

This is one of three Fareham workshops, the two others include: looking at the urban environment of Fareham city centre with young people (find out more HERE) and exploring nature along Fareham Creek (find out more HERE).

 

MEET

Next to the slipway by The Salterns Studio, PO16 0RA.

Buses RRXC, G5 Fareham, RRW9 & P3 Fareham all stop about 5 minutes walk away on Gosport Road. Fareham train station is about 20 minutes walk away.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?

This walkshop will cover use of both a DSLR and smartphone camera. Please make sure it is/they are fully charged.

ACCESS

This walk is about 95% wheelchair accessible, with good paths around the creek and marina area but we will be going off the path for some of the walk down to the water’s edge.

COVID

We will use a number of safety procedures due to Covid-19, these include working outdoors, small group size, limiting social distancing, etc. 

BOOKING

Please book through the Ashcroft Centre’s website HERE.


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