Norfolk Night Industrial and Photography Workshop
Norfolk Night Industrial Photography Workshop is a opportunity for you to photograph some of Norfolk’s industrial locations and mixing up things with a mixture of stunning artificial and ambient light.
For many years this has been our tutor Dibs’s favourite genre of shooting. With quiet streets and a great mixture of colours created with a drop of rather interesting architecture the shadows and highlights makes for very creative shots. This leads for atmospheric shots that are not seen by many due to being tucked up in bed.
We will take you to the some of the interesting locations in Norfolk and give you the guidance to quickly improve your composition and technical ability.
During the Norfolk Night Industrial Photography Workshop session:
Throughout the night we will decide on the next location, we will then move onto to the next location to accommodate the needs of the group.
The workshop will start at 8pm at the 1st location and will finish around 1am at the last location.
We will walk and drive between some of the locations during the session.
We will then drive to one of the many local derelict churches or similar structures that are dotted around the Countryside. Here we will teach you how to mix off camera flash with ambient light to create striking thought provoking images.
Throughout the Norfolk Night Industrial Photography Workshop we will discuss and cover the following:
The benefits of the different equipment to use for shooting in varying conditions and how to use it correctly.
Show you how to use flash light or Continuous Lighting to illuminate part of the shots.
Cover how to focus in the dark
Looking at compositions and avoiding flare created by street lights
The importance of ISO
Metering for shots
Setting white balance correctly
Composition of shots
We will discuss editing techniques and maybe even cover a little bit of editing while still out in the field.
Thinking and talking about safety while shooting at night
Norfolk Night Industrial Photography Workshop Other details
You will be responsible for your own travel to the workshop start point and to get between the locations. We will drive in convoy for duration of the session.
What you will need to bring along :
Memory cards with sufficient space .
Wide angle or standard lens with lens hood.
Remote shutter release.
Warm clothes and a flask of hot drink
Suitable warm clothing and footwear. We cannot guarantee the weather but the intention is for the main part to be shooting outdoors in the elements, we recommend suitable cold weather gear including hat and gloves and thick socks
This workshop is suitable for all abilities from beginner to experienced photographer.
You will need a moderate fitness level for this workshop as participants will be walking on undulating terrain with trip hazards due to shooting in the dark. You will need to be able to work in the cold due to the time of year, but if the rain is persistent we will move the workshop date due to the health and safety of the participants being important to us
Booking is confirmed one full payment has been received via our checkout system.
You will receive a email 3 days before the start date of the workshop, this is to confirm the starting location because we need to plan and amend finer details. Please keep an eye on you spam folder as sometimes the first email we send you can end up in there.
If you cancel up to two weeks prior to the date of the workshop event you will receive a full refund.
If you cancel up to one week prior to the date of the workshop event you will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations received within one week of the date of the workshop event will not be eligible for a refund.
Please also note
The locations we visit may unfortunately require the purchase of a car park ticket, so please make sure you have adequate change.
This workshop does not cover camera equipment insurance
Please bring along food and drink, sensible footwear for walking on unpaved pathways and suitable clothing for the time of year
Don’t forget to charge your batteries. Make sure that you have sufficient space on your memory cards for a day’s shooting.
If you need to borrow a tripod for the session, please let us know and we will supply you with one.
We have the the means of charging your camera batteries while on location, if you think you will run out of battery power just bring your charger along with you and ask us to place it on charge for you.
We very much look forward to meeting you on the night.
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