Oakwell’s one day photography courses

photography course - old camera

A new series of Oakwell Hall Country Park’s popular one day photography courses will run over the summer.

one day photography course - image of old camera

There are three dates, each aimed at a different level of experience. All are being run by Patrick Crowley, a professionally trained photographer and Oakwell Hall Country Park Ranger.

If you are a beginner

Head down to the park on Saturday, 25 June. Patrick will be giving an introduction to digital photography for complete beginners.

Starting out with an SLR

SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex (see you learnt something already!)

If you are keen to learn more about these slightly more complicated cameras then join the course on Saturday, 9 July, it is aimed at beginners with SLR cameras and will help you learn more about how to make use of the different settings.

Want to be the next David Bailey?

The third course, on Saturday, 23 July, is advanced SLR photography and will show participants different techniques and effects to get the best pictures.

All the courses run from 9.45am to 4.30pm and cost £20 per person per course. Places must be reserved in advance and, due to the popularity of these courses, early booking is advised.

Want more information our one day photography courses?

Call us on 01924 324761 or pop into Oakwell Hall

 

2 comments

  • Are there any courses running in 2017?

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    • Hi Tim,

      Thanks for the interest. I’ve not been given any details so far, we will however make sure any new photography courses are promoted on here, so please keep checking back.

      Thanks

      Susie

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