Learn How to Capture Powerful Luminous Images
This is an exceptional night photography course which explores the luminosity of the landscape at night. Working with Lou Smith, Fine Art Photographer explore vibrant light pockets and create outstanding night photography images. By the end of the course you will be able to photograph confidently at night/low light and understand night photography and slow exposure to add emotional resonance and creative expression to your images.
You work in the luminous environment of the South Bank and capture iconic London landmarks, e.g. London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. You explore vibrant river views and capture night light trails of moving traffic over Westminster Bridge and Victoria Embankment.
Night Photography Course Content
- composition for night photography
- selecting locations and subjects
- street scenes
- slow exposures
- camera handling
- techniques for using a tripod
- techniques for focusing at night
Night photography is suitable for photographers who have moved away from using Auto and Scene modes. You should have a working knowledge of aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Night photography is suitable for digital cameras which have manual settings. During summer months this course explores twilight and low light. You will need a tripod for this course.
The Night Photography Workshop is delivered as 1to1 tuition or is private to you and a personal group of friends.
Night Photography is of 3hrs duration
Starting times are variable
- 1st April to 30 August 8.00 pm – 11.00 pm
- 1st Sept to 15th Sept 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm
- 16th Sept to 31st March 7.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Lou Smith Fine Art Photography offers discounts when more than one person books a private course. The shopping cart automatically calculates the discounts when you add more than one place to the cart.
price per person for one attending, £195
price per person for two attending, £150
price per person for three+ attending £125
Please use the calendar to select the date you prefer and add the number of places you require
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