DUNGENESS LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP WITH STEVE GOSLING & THE RPS
27th June @ 9:30 am - 6:30 pm
In conjunction with the Royal Photographic Society: Join Olympus Ambassador Steve Gosling on his latest Landscape Photography Workshop in Dungeness, where the wild west meets the post-apocalyptic.
Steve, will help you in developing basic techniques, getting the best out of your equipment, taking more creative approaches to your photography, dealing with the aesthetics of photography, and trying to capture mood & emotion in the landscape.
Dungeness is a headland on the coast of Kent, England, formed largely of a shingle beach in the form of a cuspate foreland. The landscape certainly divides people – a broad, echoing flatness with the famous nuclear power station on one side, the shingle dipping into the sea on the other. Railway carriages are turned into quaint and spooky dwellings. The nature reserve is incredible: a third of Britain’s plant species can be found in this one area, and the waterbirds bob about oblivious to how rare they are.
During the workshop Steve will give you guidance and advice throughout the day to help you develop your landscape photography (including help on using filters, improving composition and getting the best out of your camera). For those who are interested, the Olympus team will also be on hand with a range of cameras and lenses to try out on the day.
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Ticket Price from: £100
For more information and to book tickets please click here. You will be taken directly to The Royal Photographic Society website.
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