Using filters for landscape photography

03 September 2017

11:00 - 20:00

Around the Tees estuary
Meet outside the Joe Cornish Gallery
Register House
Zetland Street
Northallerton
United Kingdom
DL6 1NA

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Group Member£65.00 
RPS Member£70.00 
Non RPS Member£80.00 
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Image: Break Dancer (c) Mark Banks

 

Led by professional photographer Mark Banks, this outdoor workshop will share Mark's expertise in using filters for landscape photography. There will be a maximum of six participants. Amongst other things the workshop will cover: 

  • the correct use of graduated neutral density filters
  • using neutral density filters for long exposures
  • improving your results with polarising filters.

Weather permitting, the workshop will start mid-morning and finish after sunset.

It will be possible to provide transport to and from Northallerton to the workshop location but if you require transport, PLEASE CONTACT THE EVENT ORGANISER BEFORE YOU BOOK.

There will be very little walking required on this workshop as it will mostly take place within about 300m of parking places.

To get the best out of the day participants should bring:

  • Wellies 
  • Tripod
  • Filters
  • Packed lunch
  • Plenty to drink

Note there is unlikely to be an opportunity to buy food or drink during the workshop.

 

 

Mark Reeves
Email the event organiser
07968 616 551

Region: Northern, YorkshireGroup(s): Landscape