Specifically designed for Leica M (Typ240) and M Monochrom (Typ246) owners, this comprehensive and practical workshop will help you refine your photography skills and acquire new techniques to enhance your Leica M rangefinder experience.
The Leica instructor will discuss working methods, shooting techniques and share tips to make the most of your camera and lenses.
You will have the opportunity to discuss the work of influential photographers, who have shaped the Leica legend, and consider ways of expressing your own individual photographic style. The workshop also includes the opportunity to review images as a group and explore post-production methods in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
This workshop is complimentary for M owners who have purchased their camera from a Leica store or authorised dealer, and £125 per person for other participants. Payment must be made prior to the workshop in the store.
Course runs from
Please bring your camera and lens(es) to the workshop.
An inspiring selection of M lenses will be available to test drive. If borrowing Leica equipment, you will need to bring two forms of ID to the session. The first form of ID should be a passport or UK driving license and the second form of ID a utility bill showing your home address.
If possible, please bring your own laptop for editing and post production work.
We will be working outdoors, so please bring appropriate outdoor clothing and suitable protection for your camera.
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