The highly acclaimed Panasonic Lumix Roadshow is rolling into Northern Ireland this weekend, appearing at the Giant’s Causeway on 12 and 13 November, followed by a visit to Mount Stewart on the 26 and 27 November.
Shutterbugs of all ages and abilities are invited to perfect their photography skills at the Roadshow when it visits the conservation charity’s special places.
Visitors will be encouraged to see the Giant’s Causeway and Mount Stewart from a completely different perspective as they discover what these amazing places look like through the eyes of a professional photographer.
Get tips from photography experts, try out the latest cameras or join a guided photography walk. You’ll see the sights you love through a whole new lens.
Whether you use an SLR, compact or smartphone, you’ll be able to get professional advice on how to take better snaps.
For a more in-depth master class, you can also join one of the guided photography walks around the Giant’s Causeway and Mount Stewart. These strolling sessions will give you new insights into the landscape and how to photograph it.
And that’s not all. If you fancy trying out some of the latest equipment, you can grab a 4K Panasonic Lumix camera to use for the day. Sadly, you’ll have to return it, but you can keep the SD card with all your snaps as a memento.
And for those who prefer their souvenirs slightly larger, you can also take home a printed portrait, taken by one of the experts.
For more information on the Panasonic Lumix Roadshow at the Giant’s Causeway on 12 and 13 November and Mount Stewart on 26 and 27 November visit nationaltrust.org.uk/ni
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