As part of our Lockdown Line-Up collection of events, Professional Photographer Paul Wolfgang Webster will be delivering a 6-week series of virtual tutorials on the essentials of Photography. You are welcome to join us just for one class, or the entire 6-week series.
Event: Photography Masterclass with Paul Wolfgang Webster
Time: Every Monday, 7.00pm
Dates: Monday 22nd March – Monday 26th April
The event is FREE, but we kindly ask that you make a donation to support a breast cancer free future.
Once you have registered your ticket, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the class (remember to check your junk mail).
To access this class you will need a Zoom account – it is free to sign up, find out more here: www.zoom.us/signup
Who is Paul Wolfgang Webster?
Paul Wolfgang Webster has been a photographer for over 35 year and five of his photos can be found in The National Portrait Gallery, London.
Paul has photographed many famous faces as part of his ‘Made in the North‘ collection. To name a few; Brian Cox, Jeremy Paxman, Johnny Marr, John Cooper Clarke, Arlene Phillips, Sally Dynevor, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Paul has been teaching photography for 15 years, from beginners to professionals, including schools, corporate and private tuition. He looks forward to welcoming you to his virtual class and sharing his expertise in photography with you.
What will be included?
During these hour long photography masterclasses, Paul will cover:
- How to work all functions on the camera
- How to shoot in Manual setting
- How to capture a story with a camera
- How to take portraits
- How to make your photographs look professional
We hope you enjoy this series of virtual events, and really appreciate your support in helping us build a breast cancer free future.
*If you are a UK Taxpayer, Prevent Breast Cancer can reclaim Gift Aid from the tax you pay for that tax year. For every £1 you donate we can claim an extra 25p back and every penny makes a big difference. Making a Gift Aid declaration doesn’t cost you anything but it will help us to create a future free from breast cancer. For further information, please click here to read more about Gift Aid.