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4 Photographic techniques courses in Brighton & Hove

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(4.4)
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Great beginners course

Really enjoyed this friendly, well-structured and informative course, led by an ...more

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This is an essential course for anyone interested in film or digital SLR photography. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of how to handle the camera in step-by-step lessons, which cover portrait,...more

Duration: 10 weeks

Beginner

Part time evening

No Qualification

From£180
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Red Cloud Photography Days Limited
(4.3)
12 reviews
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red cloud 2 day DSLR photography course Richmond

Fabulous and fun course. Had my camera for over a year and learned more in 1day ...more

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This walking tour will teach you how to capture our nation’s great cities at night – using your DSLR. We will teach you how to take great images in the evening, using your camera’s manual...more

Duration: Variable

Beginner

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No Qualification

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From£999 Instant book

You will gain an invaluable understanding of the food photography industry. Through seminars, professional practice and the development of lighting techniques you will prepare to complete a photographic...more

Duration: 3 days

Beginner

Full time

No Qualification

From£999 Instant book

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Whether you’re dreaming of becoming the next Testino, want to take better holiday photos or just want to be able to snap images on your iPhone without getting out of focus faces and blurred landscapes, there are photography courses for...

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Photography has the power change the world at the click of a button or capture precious moments forever. Yet it can also go so wrong. It’s safe to say 99% of us will have taken a photo with the lens cap on or our thumb over the shutter at some...

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