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Photography Course

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Here are some photos I took when I attended the 1 day Nature Photography course at the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust at Brandon Marsh. The day was aimed at complete beginners but there were people there with a variety of experience levels.

We were given various themes to photograph, starting with Colour, then Patterns & Texture, and finally Mood & Atmosphere. Later, we had to choose our own theme and put together a series of photos illustrating it.


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April wrote at 21/11/2009 17:52:53:

I have only just started to get into photography as I recently bought a Nikon D90. I'm still struggling to figure the thing out. I did do a bit of photography at college but we were all basically given a camera and told to go out and take photos. I will need to see if I can go on a proper course to learn.

Heather E wrote at 2010-11-19 17:26:

Lovde the rosehip and teazle. Don't own a camera, but am thinking of getting a digital, just so that I can upload a few piccies and link into various blog sites. Any suggestions or advice re a good basic purchase? I'm an absolute beginner.

Mike wrote at 2010-11-19 20:21:

Hi Heather, I use a Nikon D40 for most of my photos. From various reviews I read, it seemed to be the best of the cheap SLR cameras. It's been replaced by the D3000 and D3100. If you want a smaller pocket camera, there are a lot of compact cameras which take good photos but I'm a few years out of date with those so if any friends have a recent-ish compact, it might be worth asking them if you can try it out to see if you like it.