Friday, July 20, 2018
"Warwick Castle"

Workshop information for the 2017-18 season

With input from Roger Crocombe and other BRCC members we run a series of monthly workshops right through the club year. (Please note that the workshops will continue to run right through the 'closed' season).

The workshops will take place on a Saturday morning between 09:30 and 12:30 in the small hall at St. Mary's Centre which is situated directly behind the main hall in the same building.

Note new times!!

Because of space limitations attendance will initially be limited to 25 BRCC members only, on a first come first served basis,
at a cost of £6 per person (to cover hall costs), payable at time of booking.
Note that there needs to be a minimum of six delegates for each workshop to be viable, so if you are intending to attend then please book in or there is a risk of cancellation.

Non members may be accommodated at a fee of £10 (payable on the day) if space is available at the discretion of the event organiser.

You reserve your place using our Eventbrite based booking system. Bookings for each workshop are normally opened a minimum of four weeks in advance of each workshop and the link to the booking is shown below each worshop's title in the list below.

When booking you are asked for your email address so any relevant notices can be sent to you.

Practical visits are are for members to go out and take pictures as a group. They are open to all whether you have attended any related workshop or not. Details for each will be on the Noticeboard about six weeks in advance.

The normal proctice is that the notes or slides from the workshop will be posted in the member's area of the club's website on or shortly after the workshop's date.

The programme outlined below will follow a logical sequence from camera use and image capture through to the production of a finished print/pdi exploring specific areas of photography e.g. landscape, macro, etc and any specific equipment/techniques required in those areas in order to create successful images.

Some of the content/dates may change depending upon hall/speaker availability. Plenty of notice of any changes will be given.

The purpose of these and future workshops is to improve everyone's understanding and help all to get more enjoyment and pleasure out of our hobby.

Proposed workshop content as follows :-

Workshop title Date (Sat AM) Organiser

"Lightroom basics and beyond"

By Roger Crocombe
This workshop will cover how to use Lightroom 6 and CC to best effect and show the how latest additions that have been made since Lightroom CC was announced two years ago, can make a major improvement to your images.
Click here to book your place
Available now.
21st Apr 2018
Roger Crocombe
Sports & Action photography by a specialist
How to make the most of high speed action on the tack through to the school sports day or going to the races. All require a fast shutter speed and for the photographer to be well placed to capture the action. Learn the basic techniques in this workshop
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Available now.
19th May 2018
Liz Barber
Open wildlife workshop and practical @ RSPB Pagham.
Book direct with RSPB Pagham
9th Jun 2018
Book direct with RSPB Pagham.
Bill Brooks
Restoring Old Photographs
Your family's old photographic records are a treasure trove of information but over the decades they can suffer many forms of decay. In this workshop Roger discusses the issues and then demonstrates the tools and techniques that can be applied to restore these treasures to their former glory.
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Available now.
16th Jun 2018
Roger Crocombe
Photoshop CS/CC: Art of Flower Photography
Embrace the post-processing. Filters, layers, blends, masks and more. Although the workshop is aimed at the flower photographer, many of the digital darkroom methods are applicable to all photographic genres.
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Available now.
21st Jul 2018
Celia Henderson

** NEW **

Ins and Outs of Printing
This workshop is for anybody who is looking to print their images, whether through a commercial printers (such as Sussex Cameras in Bognor) or via their own printer at home.
We look at setting up the image for printing, setting up the screen and soft proofing to ensure the tones and colours on the screen will be reproduced correctly. We will look at paper types and print costs as well as sources for matts to mount your finished image.
This workshop is an ideal starter for anybody who would like to put images into print competitions in the coming season.
Click here to book your place
Available now.
11th Aug 2018
Roger Crocombe
A free three hour workshop on Saturday morning 25th August from 09:30 for all prospective new members.25th Aug 2018
Paul Crombie
Getting to grips With your Digital Camera Part 1
An introduction to making the most of your digital camera. No prior knowledge assumed - but some is always helpful!
29th Sep 2018
Tony Lord
Open wildlife workshop and practical @ RSPB Pagham.
Book direct with RSPB Pagham
7th Oct 2018
Book direct with RSPB Pagham.
Bill Brooks
Intro to composition
Learn the basic elements of composition and how this can impact your photography
27th Oct 2018
Roger Crocombe
Basic Image processing
This workshop deals with how to do basic post editing using Lightroom or Elements (or an iPad even). We will use concentrate on how to use the tools to prepare images for entry into competitions.
17th Nov 2018
Roger Crocombe
Black & White photography.
B&W photography still has its place in the photographers toolbox. Learn what makes a good subject fopr B&W and how to post process for optimum results.
12th Jan 2019
Bill Brooks
Getting to grips with your digital camera Part 2
A follow up session for those who attended Part 1 in September last. Also includes a revision for those who missed that one.
26th Jan 2019
Tony Lord
Landscape & Seascape photography
This workshop provides an introduction to Landscape and Seascape photography with particular emphasis on the techniques most often used including composition, HDR, long exposure and image slicing techniques.
16th Feb 2019
Roger Crocombe
Street scenes by a specialist
Street photography has come to the fore over recent years and this workshop is designed to enable you to choose the best spot and how to set your camera up to best effect.
23rd Mar 2019
Ken Boddy
Photographing Flowers: Close up and Macro Photography
Close up and macro images pull you into the subject in order to examine the details from an interesting perspective. This workshop will guide you through creating sharp close up images, a botanical study and introduce you to focus stacking.
27th Apr 2019
Celia Henderson
Travel photography.
This workshop looks at how to make the most of your holiday or foreign trip in terms of photography. What equipment to take when weight constrained, what to leave at home. How to document your shoots so that you can locate the scene or the photo, even after a few years gap!
18th May 2019
Paul Tucker
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