Old Masters Still Life

 
 

Old Masters Still Life

£149.00

‘Old Masters’ still life is a genre of photography in the style of the Dutch and Flemish masters of art from the 1600s Renaissance period. This style of art and photography never goes out out of style.

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About the Course

Still Life photography allows you to have almost complete control of your images. From choosing your background and lighting, selecting your props, and deciding how they are arranged. Your resulting images will resemble ‘Old Masters’ paintings! It is this creative power over your images which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal, and creative experience.

Suitable for students with DSLR or mirrorless cameras. Students will require the following: a 50mm prime lens or a 24-105mm (or similar), or an 18-55mm (or similar). A tripod is required.

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure and the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

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About the Tutor

Jane Wiltshire is a photographer based in North Bradley, Wiltshire. During Jane’s career she has had many creative roles, from window dressing for House of Fraser to graphic design for Nationwide Building Society, where she frequently art directed brand photoshoots. Jane now concentrates her artistic skills on photography, exploring a wide range of genres in her work such as product photography, still life, maternity and wedding.

In 2019, Jane won the Bath Architecture photographer of the Year competition and also had one of her photos featured as Photo of the Week in Amateur Photographer magazine.

Check out more of Jane’s stunning still life images on her website and Instagram

Old Masters Still Life

£149.00

‘Old Masters’ still life is a genre of photography in the style of the Dutch and Flemish masters of art from the 1600s Renaissance period. This style of art and photography never goes out out of style.

Number of people

About the Course

Still Life photography allows you to have almost complete control of your images. From choosing your background and lighting, selecting your props, and deciding how they are arranged. Your resulting images will resemble ‘Old Masters’ paintings! It is this creative power over your images which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal, and creative experience.

Suitable for students with DSLR or mirrorless cameras. Students will require the following: a 50mm prime lens or a 24-105mm (or similar), or an 18-55mm (or similar). A tripod is required.

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure and the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

About the Tutor

Jane Wiltshire is a photographer based in North Bradley, Wiltshire. During Jane’s career she has had many creative roles, from window dressing for House of Fraser to graphic design for Nationwide Building Society, where she frequently art directed brand photoshoots. Jane now concentrates her artistic skills on photography, exploring a wide range of genres in her work such as product photography, still life, maternity and wedding.

In 2019, Jane won the Bath Architecture photographer of the Year competition and also had one of her photos featured as Photo of the Week in Amateur Photographer magazine.

Check out more of Jane’s stunning still life images on her website and Instagram

Old Masters Still Life

£149.00

‘Old Masters’ still life is a genre of photography in the style of the Dutch and Flemish masters of art from the 1600s Renaissance period. This style of art and photography never goes out out of style.

Number of people

About the Course

Still Life photography allows you to have almost complete control of your images. From choosing your background and lighting, selecting your props, and deciding how they are arranged. Your resulting images will resemble ‘Old Masters’ paintings! It is this creative power over your images which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal, and creative experience.

Suitable for students with DSLR or mirrorless cameras. Students will require the following: a 50mm prime lens or a 24-105mm (or similar), or an 18-55mm (or similar). A tripod is required.

To get the most out of the course students should already understand the basics of exposure and the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO and be comfortable handling their cameras using aperture/shutter priority or fully manual mode.

About the Tutor

Jane Wiltshire is a photographer based in North Bradley, Wiltshire. During Jane’s career she has had many creative roles, from window dressing for House of Fraser to graphic design for Nationwide Building Society, where she frequently art directed brand photoshoots. Jane now concentrates her artistic skills on photography, exploring a wide range of genres in her work such as product photography, still life, maternity and wedding.

In 2019, Jane won the Bath Architecture photographer of the Year competition and also had one of her photos featured as Photo of the Week in Amateur Photographer magazine.

Check out more of Jane’s stunning still life images on her website and Instagram