Macro and Low Light Photography – Sun 5 Oct 2014
Learn how to make the most of your camera and create high quality and imaginative images.
Part of the day will be spent within a studio environment looking at close up macro photography of interesting artefacts. The rest of the time will be spent ‘on location’ in Kirkgate, the museum’s Victorian street, studying low light photography. Please bring your digital camera, with fully charged battery and an empty/formatted memory card.
Also bring your camera’s instruction manual and a tripod if you have one.
£30 per person
For more information please visit:
T: 01904 552 806
Sunday 5 October 2014, 12:00 am
York Castle Museum,
Eye of York