We have the pleasure to inform you of a new edition of the Introduction to photography training in English. The first session is scheduled for Wednesday the 12th of October 2016. The training is held by the professional photographer Robin Jensen.
Here is the programme of the training:
Wednesday February 22 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – Introduction and get to know your camera and lenses
Wednesday March 1 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – The 4 pillars of Photography: Aperture, Shutter Speed, Sensitivity and Metering Modes
Sunday March 5 10:00-12:00
Introduction to photography course – Outdoor practical photo shoot I
Wednesday March 8 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – Light Conditions and Flash
Sunday March 12 10:00-12:00
Introduction to photography course – Outdoor practical photo shoot II
Wednesday March 15 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – Composition
Wednesday March 29 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – Landscapes
Wednesday March 22 19:00-21:00
Introduction to photography course – Portraiture
The maximum number of participants is 11.
The training fees are:
70 EUR for members
100 EUR for non-members under 18
120 EUR for non-members
Membership of the photo CIEL until the end of the calendar year is included in the training fees for non-members
The inscriptions take place by order of entry of the training fees on the photo club CIEL’s bank account. As soon as the maximum number of inscriptions is reached, you will be put on the waiting list for the next training and the training fees will be reimbursed. In case of cancellation of your participation less than one week before the start of the training, the training fees will not be reimbursed unless the club is able to find a replacement.
You can enroll by filling out the online form on the Formation page and transfer the training fees on the bank account of the photo club CIEL: IBAN LU04 0024 1026 0480 0000 (BILLLULL). Communication: “introduction to photography EN 2-2017, name of participant”.
If you prefer a training course in French, we suggest you check out the Initiation à la photographie training by Jean-Marc Rohmer.