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CourseCourse: Improve Your Photography

3 May 2020, 10.30am-4pm
Cost £80 / £65 concession
Suitability 16+*
Booking via Eventbrite

St Fagans National Museum of History is a photographer’s dream location. Come and spend the day with professional photographer Sioned Birchall.  You’ll learn about light, composition and framing, and how they can improve your work. There’ll be a chance to shoot on location around the museum and critique your images in a relaxed group setting.

This fun, friendly course is suitable for beginners, or those with some experience in photography. You will need to bring your own camera with charged up batteries, and a memory card with plenty of space on it. You are welcome to bring a tripod for exterior locations if you have one. (Tripods are not permitted inside the historic buildings for conservation reasons).

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Language: The facilitator for this course is bilingual (Welsh/English)**

Accessibility: Some of the historic buildings have raised thresholds which make them unsuitable for wheelchair users. However you will be free to choose locations that suit your needs. Please contact events@museumwales.ac.uk  prior to booking to discuss any accessibility requirements. The learning spaces are fully accessible. A good part of the day will be spent outdoors so please wear suitable clothing.

Concession eligibility: Students with NUS or those in receipt of benefits. Over 60’s, Under 18’s* (16-18 year olds must be accompanied by a participating adult)

Parking/Refreshments: The price of your course includes parking and light refreshments. You are welcome to bring a packed lunch or visit our on-site catering facilities. Please collect your parking pass from the reception desk on arrival.

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** If you would like to organise a course entirely through the medium of Welsh, please contact events@museumwales.ac.uk to discuss date options. A minimum booking of 5 will be needed to run this course - remaining places will be offered for general sale as a Welsh language event.

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