Spent the weekend running a Practical Photography Workshop on the North Devon Coast, teaching the basics and a few advanced techniques.

We started learning Camera set up – ISO, Shutter speed and Aperture all in the beautiful surroundings of Exmoor. Understanding these three main principles was put into practice in capturing General Landscape, Understanding Depth of Field, when to use slow/fast shutter speed, focusing on subject matter etc.. all with quite a few obligatory British tea breaks and a pub lunch.

WatersmeetJF1L7784 .CREDIT JASON FEASTSlow Shutter speed (long Exposure) to show the movement of the water.rocks by jason feast

JF1L7768 .CREDIT JASON FEASTSmall aperture to make the whole landscape crisp.Long ExposureJF1L7783 .CREDIT JASON FEAST

JF1L7764 .CREDIT JASON FEASTShallow Depth of Field to make the subject stand out.JF1L7799 .CREDIT b JASON FEAST Tea breakJF1L7847 .CREDIT JASON FEASTWildlifeJF1L7920 .CREDIT JASON FEAST

JF1L8076 .CREDIT JASON FEASTValley of the rocks.JF1L8175 .CREDIT JASON FEAST

JF1L8107 .CREDIT JASON FEASTThe classroomJF1L8181 .CREDIT JASON FEAST

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