Shooting the Past:
Heritage Photography

Photograph of Lincoln cathedral west front framed by the archway of the Exchequer GateIf you enjoy capturing history on your camera, no matter what your ability, this is the workshop for you. This midweek break, led by a professional photographer, is designed to make you more confident behind the lens – regardless of prior experience or equipment – and to send you home with some great pictures.

Working in small groups, against the fantastic backdrop of Lincoln Cathedral, our tutor will take you through the essentials of heritage photography. With clear examples, she will explain:

The secrets of composing beautiful pictures
How to get the best out of any subject
The technical side clearly and simply

From the best way to capture a castle to the secrets of photographing much smaller historical treasures, we aim to make sure you enjoy the course and improve your skills permanently.

A word about equipment

While expensive digital or film SLR (Single Lens Reflex) cameras do give you more flexibility there is absolutely no reason why you can't get fabulous pictures on a point-and-shoot compact camera – film or digital. If you have any concerns about whether your camera will be suitable please contact us.

The cost of this midweek break is from 135, inclusive of accommodation.

6-7 June 2006

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