A wide range of Photography Courses on location and from my studio on the Kent and Sussex border
Photography has long been a passion of mine and I feel privileged to be able to work doing something that I truly love. Whether it's 1-2-1 tuition or a photographic holiday, hopefully I have something for you. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.
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Just some of the Bespoke Photography Courses available...
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Camera Confidence is one of the most popular photography courses that I currently offer. The beauty of 1-2-1 tuition is that it can be tailored to the individual, so whether you have just bought that new camera and are now wondering how to use it or perhaps you know a little bit but you want improve your knowledge, this is probably the one for you.
Training can be taken at my studio in East Sussex, on location or at your home or place of work. Some additional charges for travel apply.
I currently offer tuition in what I consider to be the most important applications: Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Photoshop CS. Digital photography is very much a two step process and using software properly could be the difference between a good photo and a brilliant one. If you're currently shooting in JPG mode, switching to RAW and leaning how to process your images correctly with one of these packages could improve your photography beyond what any new lens or camera could - it's that important! If you want to choose one application my advice would be to choose Adobe Lightroom.
Being able to print your own photographs is a wonderful thing. It seems wrong that a photograph should be trapped inside a PC all it’s life. To print, hold and see a printed photograph really is a special thing.
But printing your own photos is not as straight forward as you might think. There is obviously a cost involved but there is a steep learning curve too, you have to calibrate your monitor and use colour profiles to achieve accurate results. I can walk you through all of this process and even give you the information you need to get you set up with a printer and save a lot of money too.
Just some of the upcoming Scheduled Photography Courses...
This is Creative Assignments, an extension of my already very popular Photoclub in the Pub creative photography course but run online and can be started at any time.
Creative Assignments is about being creative and learning with like-minded people that you connect and share ideas with online. If you're looking for something to inspire you, improve your skills and push your photography to the next level, then this is for you!
Photoclub is about being creative and learning with like-minded people in a social environment. If you're looking for something to inspire you, improve your skills and push your photography to the next level, then this is for you!
The essence of the course is the creative assignments that I write for you to do. There will be 5 assignments throughout the 6 months and you will receive feedback on your images which helps you improve. These assignments will be varied, fun and creative.
The course has 6 monthly meetings over a 6 month period.
We have one group at The Nevil Crest & Gun in Eridge on a Thursday.
This course aims to give you a good introduction to digital photography, helping you leave fully automatic modes behind and begin to master your camera. In addition we will also be getting creative going on a photowalk around London with hands-on tuition from myself as we go. We finish up with a de-brief in a local pub where we can download some images and do an image review.
For those that don't know, a photowalk is simply a planned walk with your camera, taking photos as you go and socialising with like-minded people.
For this walk we will meet at a coffee shop near to Greenwich Station at 11.30am and wait for everyone to arrive before heading out. Points of interest along the walk with be the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, Royal Observatory and Planetarium, the Ranger's House and Greenwich Market.
We will aim to finish the walk at around 4.30pm and for those that want to, we will head to a pub for a drink and possibly a bite to eat.