Discover how to photograph water creatively, inspired by the National Maritime Museum's exhibition 'Our Connection to Water'

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Sharp Shots Photo Club will lead a photography workshop for families to learn how to photograph water creatively.

Using the Our Connection to Water exhibition as inspiration, Sharp Shots will take families on a tour through the exhibition, discussing the inspiring work and helping participants to understand how they too can capture water creatively with their cameras.

Participants will learn how to use focus, zoom, shutter speed and light to really help their water images stand out. All different types of water will be captured in the workshop, from running water, to water balloons, bubbles and the moving water of the Thames.

Participants will finish with a wonderful set of creative images of water, and will be able to print out their top two images to take home and share!

NOTE: Camera hire is available on the day for £10; please contact Sharp Shots Photo Club to reserve a camera: info@sharpshotsphotoclub.co.uk

* Suitable for ages 7 to 15.

Useful information:
- Children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the day. 
- Bring your own lunch or visit one of Royal Museums Greenwich cafés. 
- Get in touch if you have any access requirements. This workshop involves journeying around historic Greenwich and the Thames Path.
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Child and Accompanying Adult£70.00 per ticket

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      Learn to Photograph Water: Reflections, Splashes & Waves

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      National Martime Museum, Ground Floor → Seminar Room, Romney Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF

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