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Hairy Goat - London's top rated photography tour & workshop company on Trip Advisor

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Night and Low Level Light Photography Workshop content: Night and Low Level Light Photography Workshop content: What kit you need for night and low light photography What your camera can achieve in...more

Duration: 3 hours

Intermediate

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Introduction to University Of The Arts London

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This course is for corporate filmmakers, camera operators, film students, and other video professionals and enthusiasts looking to learn how to use professional equipment. This practical hands-on course...more

Duration: 1 day

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OUR GUIDE

It’s only when the credits role at the end of a film or TV show, and what seems like a never ending list of names appear on screen, that you realise just how many people it takes to produce a film. While it’s the actors and the director...

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There are some days when there is nothing we want more than to curl up in front of the TV and watch something mindless. Most production companies will have weekly brainstorm sessions where they will have to pitch and polish ideas for new shows. Yet...

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