School of Photography London - Aviation
School of Photography London - Aviation Workshop - learn about aviation photography in an afternoon - includes settings, getting the best position and equipment
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|Course Name: School of Photography -London - Aviation photography workshop|
|Course Location: Park Cameras School of Photography - London Training Centre|
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Looking to get some great shots at this years Airshow season? Then join our workshop, which is full of hints and tips on getting the best possible results.
This interactive workshop will include fully detailed settings for photographing all types of aircraft - propeller, jets and helicopters all need different settings for the best results. Your tutor will let you in to the tricks of the trade with tips for the best positions to take up at shows and how to get the best view.
Coverage of static display items and arrivals and departures before show days are all rich sources for your camera and these will all be covered.
Correct panning technique, handholding technique and white balance settings will all be covered along with recommended exposure settings - critical for best results.
Post processing of images will also be covered with some great tips for gettig the most out of images once you have shot them.
At this workshop, we will have a selection of lenses available for you to handle as well as monopods, gimbal heads etc.
Should you be lucky enough to be undertaking an air-to-air photo shoot, Steve will cover the settings and suggested equipment for this too.
A list of recommended events to photograph along with tips for each event will also be provided to all attendees together with a PDF booklet covering everything at the workshop.
All types of aviation photography
No equipment required - you may want to bring a camera if you want to try any of the lenses recommended or to practice handholding technique.
|Required Skill Level|
Suitable for all levels of experience.
|What is included with this course?|
PDF booklet covering what has been taught at the workshop together with list of recomended events to attend.
Park Cameras offer a range of photography courses in London and West Sussex for a range of cameras and photographic styles, please see our School of Photography page or call us on 01444 23 70 70 for more information on any of our photography classes.
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- Lenses – Should have no marks on the elements or dust within the lens
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- Cameras – The LCD screen may have small signs of wear that does not affect its display
- Lenses – The mount of the lens will start to show signs of wear
- Good – The equipment is showing more obvious signs of cosmetic wear and blemishes, but the product has been fully tested and is in great working order.
- Cameras – LCD screen may have scratches or wear that is starting to affect the display.
- Lenses – May have slight dust inside that does not affect images. The mount shows signs of use.
- Well Used – The equipment will show significant signs of wear. The paintwork will be coming away in large areas exposing the metal work, but the product has been fully tested and is in great working order.
- Cameras – LCD screen is heavily worn either by de-lamination or has scratches to it. Rubber grips are starting to come away from the body.
- Lenses – The lens has dust inside that may affect images. The rubber zoom/focus ring is coming away from the barrel of the lens.