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Photography Workshop - Light & Colour

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Course: Photography Workshop - Light & Colour
Tutor: Brian Anderson
Start Date: 5th July 2018
Start Time: 09.45am
End Time: 4.00pm
Fee: £62.00 What's included?

Please note this is a BRAND NEW Workshop and replaces the original course shown in the current July - August 2018 brochure.

COLOUR is one of the 6 Key Visual Elements.  On this workshop you will learn all about the psychology of colour, how colour can provide mood and atmosphere to your images, colour harmony and relationships - which colours work well together, when images have too much colour and 'less is more' and finally the use of monochrome.

There will be plenty of opportunities to get out and put all the theory to test, taking photos in and around Dillington's beautiful architecture and colourful gardens.  This workshop will be popular so please book your place now to avoid disappointment.  The cost is £62 per person and includes lunch and refreshments.  

You will need to bring your own canera and lenses to this workshop.

Tutor Information

Brian Anderson is a lecturer, adventurer and architect, based on the Wirral. He has travelled to over 50 nations and territories in Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and further afield to the Geographic North Pole and Antarctica, to capture landscape, wildlife and travel images. In addition to giving illustrated talks on these trips, Brian lectures on great explorers, the visual arts, travel and wildlife photography and the history of early photography. Brian’s images and articles have been published in travel brochures, international websites and UK photographic journals and lifestyle magazines. For further information visit Brian’s website www.andersonimages.co.uk.

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