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Photographic workshops in June from Warehouse Express

Photographic workshops in June from Warehouse Express - Join Warehouse Express for two photographic workshops this summer.

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Expand your photographic knowledge with the help of Warehouse Express this June.

Getting the Best from your Digital SLR returns on the 19th June while light expert Steve Aves is holding a new Contemporary Portraiture workshop on the 26th June.

Getting the Best from your Digital SLR will take place at Regents Park Conference Centre in London. The all day session takes you through the principles of photography, covering aperture, ISO, focal length, histograms and exposure, and finishing with a peek at workflow and printing to make sure all the bases are covered!

While Steve Aves will be working with an experienced model and will have all the latest Bowens gear for you to try out, you just need to bring your own camera. The workshop lasts all day and is very hands-on – you’ll be sure to leave with more knowledge, more ideas and even more passion than when you arrived!

Places for both courses are very limited so book now to ensure you don't miss out!

You can book your place on the Getting the Best from your Digital SLR course for just £99 – refreshments and lunch included.

Tickets for the Contemporary Portraiture workshop with Steve Aves are priced at £75.


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1 Jul 2010 1:00PM
Steer clear of Warehouse Express in Norwich if you are purchasing camera gear in Europe. Based on my experience over the last 24 hours, they are a bunch of *********. These *******'s took money from my credit card after saying that they could not accept a credit card payment. Now, they're refusing to return the money, claiming they aren't responsible. I'm escalating and they won't like it.

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