We’ll start of meeting at the Ashcroft Centre with an introduction to camera controls and focusing. This workshop will be dedicated to learning different photography techniques and tips including composition with architecture, creating a narrative, controlling focus & more out and about in an urban environment. We will also look at the principles of street photography. We’ll complete a walk around Fareham town centre together looking for interesting compositions and perspectives to practice your new skills. Finally, we’ll head back to Ashcroft for a sharing of our favourite photos and a wrap-up.
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, and so much more.
This is one of two Fareham workshops, the other looks at areas of nature in Fareham, find out more HERE.
At the Ashcroft Arts Centre, Osborn Road, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 7DX.
Buses 69, and SD4 stop about 5 minutes walk away on High Street and Wickham 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.
This walk is about 95% wheelchair accessible, with good paths around the town centre.
We will use a number of safety procedures due to Covid-19, these include working outdoors, small group size, limiting social distancing, etc. A mask will be required in the arts centre.
Please book through the Ashcroft Centre’s website HERE.