One Day Workshop for Fujifilm X Camera users
Level: Level 2/Intermediates
Group size: 8 maximum
This is the new Level 2 version of the popular Love Fujifilm X Camera Workshop in London.
The course aims to give participants a deeper understanding of the more advanced features of their Fujifilm X camera.
This course is a fun and social way of learning.
It is required that you have attended the level 1 course or you already have a fairly good understanding of ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speeds prior to attending this course.
Users of all Fujifilm X cameras, such as:
Fujifilm X100 / X100s / X100t / X100f
Fujifilm X-T1 / X-T2
Fujifilm X-Pro 1 / X-Pro 2
Fujifilm X-E1 / X-E2 / X-E2s / XE3
Fujifilm X-T10 / X-T20 / X-M1 / X-70
My objectives are for you to take control of your camera by utilising Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and also Manual exposure modes.
We will be discussing focusing modes, both automatic focusing options and manual focusing.
We will look at using different light meter modes in conjunction with manual exposure for consistent exposures.
Some of the things covered in the workshop...
SHOOTING MODES: Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority & Manual Exposure
EXPOSURE COMPENSATION (In Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual Exposure modes)
LIGHT METERING MODES
AUTO FOCUS MODES
MANUAL FOCUS OPTIONS
FUJI SPECIFIC TIPS AND TRICKS
The course starts at 10.00am with a talk at the coffee shop near Borough Market. At this meeting I will give a talk about Fujifilm X camera settings and hand out some books for you. You will also have a chance to ask questions.
Around 11.30am we head off on our 2 mile photowalk around Borough, this will take approximately 2 hours. Not only will you have your fun photo challenges to complete but also Andrew will set up a couple of photographic scenarios for the group to shoot, this will require individuals to change their camera settings to get the best results. Andrew is always on hand for advice and help.
After the walk at 1.30pm we will go to a pub at Borough to download our images and do a brief image review session.
The day will finish at no later than 3.30pm.
This workshop is for intermediates and advanced photographers who have who wish to gain a better understanding of the more advanced features of their Fujifilm X camera. Participants will need to have attended the Level 1 courses or already have knowledge of ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speeds to attend this workshop.
This workshop is for those who are using a Fujifilm X camera.
Booking can be done safely and securely through the website by purchasing above. Alternatively we can invoice you via email and payment can be made by bank transfer, please contact us if you would prefer this method.
The ability to walk 2 miles. We will be walking approximately 2 miles for the photowalk but we will be doing this very slowly.
This workshop is for any age or gender of participant. We generally seem to get a pretty wide range of ages and a good mix of male and female participants. Participants under 16 years of age would need to be accompanied by an adult.
This course is for interediate and advanced level photographers who use a Fuji X System Camera and wish to gain a better understanding of the camera whilst getting hands-on tuition.
WHAT WILL YOU NEED?
A Fujifilm X camera
A Fully charged battery and ideally at least 1 spare
An empty memory card
A pen and pad to make some notes
Some money for lunch/drinks
The course starts at 10am with a meeting at Caffe Nero near Borough Market, London.
The easiest way to get to Borough Market is by train and both London Bridge underground and mainline station take you right there.
This course can be purchased for yourself but it also makes an ideal gift. Please let me know when booking if it is a present so I can arrange for a gift voucher to be sent to you. There is no additional cost for a voucher but if you would like a presentation box for your voucher this can be arranged at a cost of £4.
Terms & Conditions
Any courses booked cannot be refunded or exchanged.
Any courses booked are non transferable.
For full terms and conditions please visit the T&Cs page