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Brighton Long Exposure PED
The Brighton PED will be based around Long Exposures, both daytime and evening.

I made my first visit (for photography) to Brighton just after new years this year, and it struck me how much there was to photograph in a relatively short walk from the main pier.

Timings for this event will vary a little through the year with summer events starting a little later in the afternoon, and winter event starting around lunchtime.

Event Location: 
Brighton sea front

Price: 
£60

Dates: 
Please see the events page for current date(s).

Booking:
Please contact me via my contact page

What will be covered

  • Long Exposures using ND filters
  • Long Exposures at night 
  • Street Photography

In addition if you have any specific questions, I'll be there to help throughout.

Recommended equipment (but not necessarily essential)

  • Digital camera (ideally SLR or mirrorless)
  • Lens between 10 and 70mm will probably be perfect for the majority of this PED 
  • A 10-stopper ND filter for the daytime long exposures (ie blurry water/disappearing people)
  • Extra camera batteries as some cameras tend to eat batteries while doing long exposures.
  • A tripod is essential
  • A remote cable trigger will make things easier
  • Torch 

 

Photo Experience Day Review
“From a beginner I have now attended a couple of experience days and social evenings...  All have been fun as well as educational. The social days are a great way to meet like minded people, share experiences while getting more practice with the camera and I hope to do more soon.”