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Wednesday 15 September 2021 in Lewes



Regular Events

Wednesdays

19:00 - 20:30
Introduction to Beginners Photography @Lewes Depot @ Depot cinema
Whether you are a beginner or want to improve your skills, this 4 week course covers all aspects of digital photography to leave you confident taking images you are proud to share.
Kate Swanson, a qualified teacher and a working photographer will guide each individual on the course to learn how to fully operate their digital camera as well as understand the fundamentals of photography while looking at films showing at Lewes Depot for creative inspiration.
The course runs on Wednesday evenings from 8 September to 29 September, 19:00 – 20:30. The full course costs £50.

What you’ll learn:
– Manual vs autofocus, focal points
– Compositional techniques
– White balance
– Basic principles of capturing light information digitally (e.g. sensors, memory, file types)
– Techniques such as panning, zoom burst, painting with light
– Digital workflow (capture, organise, edit and share)
– Equipment, including different lenses
There will be opportunities to ask questions, as well as lots of practical exercises to take home.

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19:00 - 21:00
Songwriting Workshops @ The Royal Oak
Learn how to develop and craft your songs with MA Songwriting graduate and performer Sennen Timcke.

Focus on lyric writing • melody • harmony • arrangement

* 6 week course, beginning Wednesday 20th October at The Royal Oak, Lewes (7 - 9 pm)
* Beginner to intermediate writers (18+)
* Weekly songwriting briefs
* Peer to peer and tutor feedback on songs
* Maximum 6 people per group
* Introductory £175 all inclusive signup fee

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