Intermediate Digital SLR Course

Sunday 1st March 2020

TO BOOK – Please book direct with The Henley School of Art

(Arrival from 9.50am) 10am – 2.30/45pm)

Aimed at those that have attended a Beginner Digital SLR workshop and /or are familiar with the camera settings, but want to practice more with Off Auto shooting modes. Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and going onto Manual.

We will recap on ISO (what is it) camera settings /menu before going more indepth.

This workshop is very hands on, and I make sure I get around to each of you, to help guide you on how to change your camera settings.

Touching on the importance of lighting, direction of light.

Tips on photographing people, pets, nature. It is partly theory based in the class room, with  time to practice too. If weather allows, we will be going for a wonder by the river, otherwise a practical will be undertaken indoors. The Henley School of Art is a lovely place to be in, and has many quirky objects to photograph as well as props I bring in.

Location at The Henley School of Art, off Hart Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire. Free parking in town on Sunday’s in Kings Road and Greys Road carparks.

Refreshments and notes to take away, included, but please bring a pack lunch, or there are plenty of near by cafe’s to pick up a lunch.


Full amount required upfront to reserve place,  and now booked direct with The Henley School of Art. Strictly no refunds, so please make sure you can make the date, or if booking on behalf of someone else.

(The workshop needs a minimum of 5 people to go ahead)

What do you need to bring with you? (Digital SLR Workshops) 

Your Digital SLR camera (please check your camera is a Digital SLR not a point and shoot compact camera) any questions, please contact me before booking.

Any lenses you have with the camera

Clothes for outdoors (dress appropriately for the weather conditions) you may want to include wellies or walking boots for a wander outside to change into. If it is raining hard, we won’t venture outside, (cameras don’t like getting wet, nor do I?)


The Manual that came with your camera, if you still have it. 🙂

A pen to write any additional notes on your hand out, that you take away

Please bring your camera with a fully charged battery and double check you have a memory card in the camera.