Nikon School are excited to be teaming up with British Fencing for a brand new workshop to 2019. Throughout this day long course you will have the opportunity to work with two highly skilled athletes, learning how to take both action shots and static portraits.
On this day long workshop our Nikon School trainers will help guide you through everything you need to in order to come away with some fantastic fencing images. We will cover how to shoot controlled action shots, static sports portraits and composition, using high shutter speeds and how to use both speedlights and continuous lighting sources whilst on location. Explore and play with light and gels to create exciting and dynamic images for your portfolio.
Meeting point: This workshop will run on location at the Leon Paul Fencing Centre in London where British Fencing train - please see full address below.
Catering: Lunch and tea/coffee will be provided throughout the day. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.
Average customer rating for this course:
"I really enjoyed the fencing photography event. Neil is a great communicator and very good at giving time to all people on the day. It was a small group which meant we felt we had enough time to photograph the athletes and to meet and share tips with other photographers. "
"Great course, and got out of it exactly what I wanted with Neil's assistance and teaching. "
"Excellent location, good lighting conditions, very friendly staff and two extremely professional athletes, complimented with the expertise of Neil Freeman and an array of Nikon equipment to play with, whats not to like - amazing workshop - well done Nikon"
"The venue at the Leon Paul Fencing Centre was good and the staff friendly and helpful. The only downside was the amount of background "clutter" that is inevitable in a working environment and did mean a degree of thought had to go into framing pictures (not a bad thing). Neil and Ricci were always on hand to give advice and sort problems. I always come away having learnt something new. A special mention should be given the hard work & patience of the athletes, James Honeybone & Kate Beardmore."
"Very good, well organised workshop. Neil and Ricci gave very good instructions and marshalled the photographers so we all had a chance for the best angles. The photographers had a range of skills and experience and nobody was left behind. The two fencers were very good considering the energy they put into everything and they were open to suggestions for what to demonstrate."
Current rating based on a total of
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Leon Paul Fencing Centre, 19, Garrick Industrial Centre, Irving Way, London, NW9 6AQ, UK