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Another amazing workshop delivered by Nikon School - the venue was excellent and access was superb, being able to get up close to the steam trains and practically having free reign to the shed meant there was no boundaries with photography. Neil Freemans knowledge and experience complimented with his sense of humour made it a very enjoyable evening for everyone attending.
Having seen George's presentation before it was interesting this time to hear him tell us about how difficult it can be doing wildlife photography! Spending seven days having to photograph gorillas etc trying to track them down especially carrying equipment in difficult jungle conditions.
This was a great way to spend a morning. George was a great raconteur and was willing to share his adventures, techniques and photographs (good and bad) with us. This gave us an insight into how he set up his shots, changed his angles/position to capture the Chimpanzees and Gorillas without disturbing them.
All round excellent!
There was a brief introduction to some of the concepts of low-light shooting and some guidance given and then off we went. 6 attendees and 2 trainers. After a short practice on Regent Street as dusk approached we set off after some other more interesting locations on Haymarket/Pall Mall and then along the river.
Excellent and friendly guidance on low light shooting and getting the most out of our equipment. Result is some great shots and a desire to go back and try again!
Good course with just the right amount of candidates and very balanced between practical and tutorial learning.
Gave me the confidence to venture into 'manual' settings and gave a better understanding of what the camera is capable of. For someone very new to this, a great introduction
I've owned my D750 for a while now and it's a dream to use but I was conscious it's capable of much more than I was using. Neil Freeman our instructor is a master! The course is well structured and Neil has infinite patience, helping and educating the group to navigate a way through all those buttons and functions. It's a complex piece of equipment but Neil demonstrated in a way that far surpassed the manual just what can be produced. Neil fired up my enthusiasm to do so much more. Thanks Neil.
I attended this course recently and found it excellent. The technical advice on the use of Nikon cameras was very good and has expanded my knowledge. It will help me with my D500. The information on image composition was very good and there were opportunities to get some practice around the centre. Pity about the bad weather. I enjoyed the course and am thinking of booking another.
The tutor and course was excellent. Clarification of what I thought I understood and clear introduction to the capability of the camera. I am a lot more confident using my D750. I would recommend this course to anyone with this camera. Now trying to decide which course to do next. Looking forward to it.
Lighting with Speed-lights has always been a bit of a dark art to me!
The course built up in micro blocks of theory, practice and built up to the final images , with the fantastic model, Amber.
I'm impressed with the fashion images we created.
The relaxed course and open questioning style, meant we learned quite a bit, in a short space of time.
I made notes, took away the experience of a genre of photography that I hadn't considered, and now have the knowledge to use another tool effectively.