A Wonderful Half Day Photography Experience at Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey.
On this half day photography experience you will learn how to take control of your digital camera and immediately start taking better pictures!
The day starts at 9 am with a photography briefing before we head out into the vineyard for some photography until around 1 pm. Those who want to can then stay for lunch in the café for a chat and picture review until about 2 pm.
There will be ample time to ask questions and you will also have the opportunity to share your experiences and results with your fellow photographers via Adriaan’s Facebook page.
At this time of year we might get some autumnal colours in the vineyards, so for this experience I recommend a macro lens if you have one; otherwise just bring what you have.
Places are limited so book early!
Please contact Adriaan on 07813 306 434 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Previous participants have all left 5 star reviews:
- “The course was very good, enjoyable and I learnt a lot. I would certainly recommend the experience and go again.” Tracey-Anne Green
- “Adriaan has a really logical & easy to understand approach when explaining photography to a novice – he gives a good grounding before setting you loose on real subject matter. I so enjoyed the day that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone – you go away feeling like a professional after 3 hrs!! I never thought I would understand all the buttons on the camera but I now have a good basic grasp & can happily take the camera off ‘auto’ & really make the most of all its functions. I can’t wait to recharge the battery & go & try out all the new techniques I‘ve learned. Thank you so much, Adriaan!” Heather O’Connor
- “I did a half day photography course with Adriaan at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking. Adriaan was very easy to get along with, and was very good at tailoring the discussion. We covered numerous techniques and scenarios during the day. I now appreciate the benefit of coming off Auto, and experimenting with the camera in numerous ways. I also feel much more comfortable in creating good compositions, and will look at scenes through different eyes. All in all it was a thoroughly enjoyable day and great value for money.” Gerard Fayson