Motorsport Workshop

 
 

Motorsport Workshop

£135.00

Photographing motorsports may look easy but if all your shots look like the cars are parked and not in motion then there’s probably still a few tricks you can learn!

This is a one day workshop starting at 8:30am until 4:00pm

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Fully Booked

About the Course

On this one-day workshop, delegates will learn a range of techniques for capturing motorsports in action – whether you want to freeze the drama or capture the essence of speed we’ll show you the best tips and tricks to get the results you want! Taking place at Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire gives us a range of vehicles, angles and distances to work with so we can practise a range of techniques. Tuition and feedback are provided throughout the whole day, so you get plenty of opportunity to ask questions and develop your skills.

The day is run by James Andrews with Fiona Turnbull as the support tutor. The course is for 8 people and costs £135. This cost includes refreshments but does not include lunch or the entry fee.

Camera Equipment

This course is generally best suited to DSLR and Mirrorless cameras. A range of focal lengths is suitable dependant on the exercise (wider lenses generally for statics and telephoto lenses for action – around 300mm/400mm will be perfect). 

Course Content

About the Tutor

James has been working in training full time for over a decade and in 2018 took on a role managing ProHides – a wildlife photography project on an organic farm in Wiltshire. Previously James had been responsible for the development of courses and tutors at Jessops Academy photography school and helped thousands of customers from beginner level up to the working professional to get more out of their equipment.

Because of his career, there’s not much that James hasn’t photographed! He’s been fortunate enough to travel in pursuit of wildlife and sports opportunities as well as photographing events and commercial work in the UK. Nowadays it’s not unusual to find him tracking down wildlife or working on a new camera trap on the organic farm where he works.

In terms of equipment, James has had extensive hands-on experience with pretty much all brands – he currently shoots on a mixture of Sony and Canon equipment and strongly believes that 3rd party equipment should never be underestimated.

Motorsport Workshop

£135.00

Photographing motorsports may look easy but if all your shots look like the cars are parked and not in motion then there’s probably still a few tricks you can learn!

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Fully Booked

About the Course

On this one-day workshop, delegates will learn a range of techniques for capturing motorsports in action – whether you want to freeze the drama or capture the essence of speed we’ll show you the best tips and tricks to get the results you want! Taking place at Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire gives us a range of vehicles, angles and distances to work with so we can practise a range of techniques. Tuition and feedback are provided throughout the whole day, so you get plenty of opportunity to ask questions and develop your skills.

The day is run by James Andrews with Fiona Turnbull as the support tutor. The workshop is for 8 people and costs £135. This cost includes refreshments but does not include lunch or the entry fee.

Camera Equipment

This course is generally best suited to DSLR and Mirrorless cameras. A range of focal lengths is suitable dependant on the exercise (wider lenses generally for statics and telephoto lenses for action – around 300mm/400mm will be perfect).

The workshop is for 8 people and the cost is £135. This cost includes refreshments but does not include lunch or the entry fee. 

About the Tutor

James has been working in training full time for over a decade and in 2018 took on a role managing ProHides – a wildlife photography project on an organic farm in Wiltshire. Previously James had been responsible for the development of courses and tutors at Jessops Academy photography school and helped thousands of customers from beginner level up to the working professional to get more out of their equipment.

Because of his career, there’s not much that James hasn’t photographed! He’s been fortunate enough to travel in pursuit of wildlife and sports opportunities as well as photographing events and commercial work in the UK. Nowadays it’s not unusual to find him tracking down wildlife or working on a new camera trap on the organic farm where he works.

In terms of equipment, James has had extensive hands-on experience with pretty much all brands – he currently shoots on a mixture of Sony and Canon equipment and strongly believes that 3rd party equipment should never be underestimated. 

Motorsport Workshop

£135.00

Photographing motorsports may look easy but if all your shots look like the cars are parked and not in motion then there’s probably still a few tricks you can learn!

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Fully Booked

About the Course

On this one-day course, delegates will learn a range of techniques for capturing motorsports in action – whether you want to freeze the drama or capture the essence of speed we’ll show you the best tips and tricks to get the results you want! Taking place at Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire gives us a range of vehicles, angles and distances to work with so we can practise a range of techniques. Tuition and feedback are provided throughout the whole day, so you get plenty of opportunity to ask questions and develop your skills.

The day is run by James Andrews with Fiona Turnbull as the support tutor. The workshop is for 8 people and costs £135. This cost includes refreshments but does not include lunch or the entry fee. 

Camera Equipment

This course is generally best suited to DSLR and Mirrorless cameras. A range of focal lengths is suitable dependant on the exercise (wider lenses generally for statics and telephoto lenses for action – around 300mm/400mm will be perfect). 

About the Tutor

James has been working in training full time for over a decade and in 2018 took on a role managing ProHides – a wildlife photography project on an organic farm in Wiltshire. Previously James had been responsible for the development of courses and tutors at Jessops Academy photography school and helped thousands of customers from beginner level up to the working professional to get more out of their equipment.

Because of his career, there’s not much that James hasn’t photographed! He’s been fortunate enough to travel in pursuit of wildlife and sports opportunities as well as photographing events and commercial work in the UK. Nowadays it’s not unusual to find him tracking down wildlife or working on a new camera trap on the organic farm where he works.

In terms of equipment, James has had extensive hands-on experience with pretty much all brands – he currently shoots on a mixture of Sony and Canon equipment and strongly believes that 3rd party equipment should never be underestimated.