Saturday, 18 February 2017 until 18 February 2017 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Ian's Studio, Woodbank Works, Turncroft Lane, Stockport, Cheshire, SK1 4AR



In the first half of this session, we look at a case study from Ian’s professional career where Ian had to shoot images of Rome during 9 days of bad weather and how those images became his best selling photographs.

The second half of the session looks at other difficult conditions that as photographers we might have to deal with and some of the techniques and setting that we may use.

This session in conjunction with CR001 – CR006, CR008, make up what used to be our “Introduction to Digital Photography” Course.   This session may be taken as a standalone session or with the other 7 sessions.  As with all Academy Events – printed training notes will be provided.

Suitable for: Beginners and intermediate levels.  The first half will be relevant to photographers of any level and doesn’t require a great deal of technical knowledge.  In the second half we talk about camera settings including exposure and exposure compensation (as discussed in CR003 and CR004).