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Photographer Kiri Stuart-Clarke returns to the Maltings with her popular landscape photography workshop.
Learn to create striking compositions and how to use graduated and polarising filters for perfectly lit skies amidst Snape’s peaceful scenery.
Explore the essentials of landscape photography on this fun, small group photography workshop with experienced husband and wife nature photographers John and Kiri Stuart-Clarke of Going Digital East Anglia. The course will run from 10.00am to about 4.00pm. During the day you will learn how to create attractive landscape compositions, master correct and creative exposure, understand how light affects your images and explore how to use graduated and polarising filters for beautiful skies.
Graduated filters can be provided on request and other loan camera equipment may be available, please ask for details. The course is £80.00, advanced booking is essential. There are a limited number of places on this course so please book early to avoid disappointment. For more information and to book this course online please visit www.goingdigital.co.uk
Kiri Stuart-Clarke is an experienced professional nature and landscape photographer who writes regularly for Suffolk magazine and other publications. Kiri’s work blends a love of vibrant colour and shape and form to evoke the beauty of the natural world around us. Many of her nature images are taken in local nature reserves near her home county of Norfolk. She has also travelled further afield, most notably visiting Finland to photograph endangered wild wolves and brown bears.
Going Digital is one of the UK’s leading photography training organisations and offers a high standard of teaching and materials. Going Digital East Anglia is run by experienced husband and wife photographer team John and Kiri Stuart-Clarke who share a genuine passion for teaching students the art of photography.
Please note this workshop is being held in the Tack Room.