Learn how to create gorgeous long exposures with this workshop in Night Time Photography.
Learn about the techniques required to shoot in very low light and get out to capture some great images with guidance from our tutor.
With tips on setting up for light trails and slow exposures and then enhancing them afterwards in post, this session is a great start for anyone looking to improve their skills.
You will need a DSLR or camera capable of shooting in fully manual mode and a tripod.
Please bear in mind it will be winter, so dress accordingly.
About the Tutor
Carrie first discovered her love of photography when she was putting her hatred of maths class into practise at school. Choosing instead to hide in the art department. It was there she first tried to teach herself about the darkroom and fell in love with photography.
She got an old fully manual Pentax SLR and started teaching herself as much as she could about photography and developing her own black and white images.
After school she went on to study Art and Design at Tech before completing a degree at the Belfast School of Art.
Throughout that time her focus was always in photography (no pun intended) and after leaving university she worked for a design agency for several years until she decided to go it alone and set up her own business in 2005.
Since then she has met amazing people, photographed amazing things and travelled all over the world with work.