Thursday 24th September, 4.30 – 7.30pm, St Swithun’s Church
A photography workshop in the beautiful and magnificent location of St Swithun’s Church, Retford led by a local, friendly, professional photographer. The workshop will help participants understand how to improve their images when photographing architecture, details and textures, and how to use available light.
Who is it for?
This workshop is suitable for both beginners and enthusiasts, for those who would like to have more confidence when using their camera, ‘seeing the picture’ and creating more impact with their images.
Places are limited. Booking essential. Call Bassetlaw Museum on 01777 713749 or email email@example.com
The history of St Swithun’s Church is linked to the Retford Separatists who chose to stay behind and tried to change perceptions from within the church.
This event is organised by Bassetlaw Museum and Pilgrims Gallery as part of the Mayflower 400 Commemorations.
We encourage participants to submit their entries for our second open art exhibition entitled ‘Where it began’.
What to bring:
- Camera – any kind, compact (fits in your pocket), bridge (doesn’t fit in your pocket and you don’t have to faff around with lenses), or DLSR (doesn’t fit in your pocket and you might have more than one lens for it).
- If you have a DSLR or ‘System’ camera and you have more than one lens, then please bring what you have.
- If you have a tripod or monopod, then please bring it with you.
- FULLY Charged (within the last 48 hours) batteries, and a spare if you have it.
- Memory cards that fit your camera, (Compact Flash, SD Card, Micro SD etc.) that has at least 1GB of free space.