Night photography course based in London with Post Processing Training
A two-day course starting with learning how to take night shots using the great city of London for our backdrop. On the second day we’ll look at how to post process these in Lightroom and Photoshop.
You will learn the following:
Low light photography.
Long exposure photography.
Composing for cityscapes and night shots.
Pre-planning shots for post processing.
Working with Raw files.
Sharpening and Reducing noise with masking.
Removing unwanted objects.
Working with Lightroom and Photoshop.
No. of Days: 2 (Sat & Sun)
Day 1- Night Photography
Times: 5pm – 9pm
Location: We will start at the Southbank Centre London.
Day 2 - Classroom based day
Times: 10am – 2pm
Location: Basildon, Essex.
Dates: Please select available dates in the box below.
"Excellent mix of theory and practical work - great to actually go outside with our cameras, take a few photos, and then work on then straight afterwards in Lightroom. Very effective training where you learn much faster by practicing what you learn in real-time with Marc's expertise on hand." - Roland Armitage
"I can't recommend Marc Newton highly enough. His combined talents and passion for teaching and photography make this course unrivalled." - Jean Wallace
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London Night Photography Course
Day 1 – Night Photography
Location: London, starting at the Southbank Centre
Day 2 – Classroom Based - Post Processing in Lightroom and Photoshop,
Location: Basildon, Essex
Can I just attend the workshop?
Yes but the cost is the same. This is the full package. Taking the shots is one part – editing them is what will make them great!
How many people do you have on this course?
Maximum of 6
What if it rains?
We’re in England and of course this does happen. The night workshop will go ahead if it is normal rain, just bring an umbrella. In fact, reflections on wet surfaces can be really effective! In the rare case of heavy rain, then the workshop will simply go ahead the week after. You will be notified on the day if this happens.
What is the walking distance of the workshop?
The walking distance is approximately 2 – 2 ½ miles on mainly flat ground.
What you will need:
- A DSLR or mirrorless camera with manual settings.
- A good tripod – View this video for more info.
Good to bring but not essential
- A remote trigger.
- An ultra wide angle lens (approx. 16mm on a full frame or 11mm on a crop sensor camera).
- A laptop with Lightroom and Photoshop pre-installed and tested. If you don’t have a laptop you can still participate by watching the post processing techniques. Handouts with all the post processing techniques taught will also be given to you.