a. Main entrance. Dragon gargoyles - silhouettes of the Palace rooftops and chimneys. Gatekeepers. b. West Court. Arches frame the courtyards - Wooden Tudor characters and Wine fountain. Reflections in lead paned windows c. Climb steps to Great Hall - Stags heads - interior tapestries. (ISO 800 or 1600 1/30th sec TV. Stand still) d. Descend to Clock Court - Clocktower and columns e. Exit towards Fountain Court and turn left to kitchens. Fireplace, model food etc & Master Carpenter's Court. f Fountain Court Using frames again - wait for people to walk through. Silhouettes. The Fountain g. exit to garden
Technique Use AV (Aperture) or TV (Shutter Priority ) or even Program/Auto if it's a bright day. ISO 200 if sunny 400/800 if gloomy TV Shutter speed 1/250th AV Aperture 5.6 (make sure shutter speed doesn't drop below 1/60th sec )
Inside TV drop to 1/30 or 1/60th shutter speed and increase ISO to 800 or 1600
Use shadows and reflections - look for texture in the ancient bricks and cobbles and use leading lines and Rule of Thirds to aid composition
Look out For Henry VIII and his courtiers !!
Explore the Gardens - the conical Yew trees and view of the Palace with the Great Fountain in the foreground. Walk through into the Privy Garden to photograph the statues and formal planting - ending with the golden gates at the far end and perhaps walking back through the overgrown tunnel