Do you want to find out how to take a better photographs?
PhotOx is a photography society for Oxford staff and students, which aims to provide a friendly and creative environment for them to receive technical advice and constructive feedback about their images.
The weekly classes are for photographers of all abilities, using any kind of camera. Whether you have a DSLR, a point-and-shoot camera or prefer to use your smartphone, you will learn how to compose and expose to capture better images.
The one-hour classes, run by professional photographer and Ruskin School of Art lecturer David Tolley, will take place every Thursday evening this term until 9 March. The classes, held from 6pm to 7pm, take place in the Collier Room in Regent's Park College (just off St Giles' on Pusey Street). The cost per class is £6, plus there is a £10 membership fee for the term.
Inspired? If so, further information is available in the document on the right-hand side of this page.
To join the society, please email firstname.lastname@example.org from your University email account and add 'PhotOx' in the subject box.