Running photography courses is my core business and I'm very passionate and enthusiastic about making my courses the very best they can be. I operate from my studio in Crowborough, East Sussex, which is right on the Sussex and Kent border. Direct rail link from London Bridge which only takes 1 hour and my studio is just a 1 minute walk from Crowborough station.
"Despite nearly 20 years of photography experience between us, we were both keen to improve the standard of our pictures, and Andy was able to bring a new perspective to the process, unearthing one of those 'eureka' moments for both of us that has already made a massive difference to the number of shots that work first time.
Andy's relaxed, uncomplicated approach cut through the fog created by years of reading articles and books on the subject, and gave us a new appreciation of the interaction between aperture, ISO, and speed, plus a master class on spot metering in challenging light conditions."
We have just returned from the third photography visit to the Lake District and it was one of the best so far. This time was the first Autumn visit and we were not disappointed with the fabulous colours.
The next trip is in the Spring (16-19 March) and is available to book now.
Here are some of my photos taken on the trip including some shots of the wonderful attendees, Guy, Lucy, Ian & Steve. Thanks very much for attending guys.
These are some photographs I took on the London Summer Photowalk that I ran as part of my photography training business. More to follow as I shot nearly a roll on my Olympus XA too, which are awaiting developing.
The walk started from London Bridge train station, right under the Shard and followed a 2.5 mile route around Borough, finishing at the wonderful George Inn on Borough High Street.
If you're looking for an interesting photowalk (or just walk), then maybe consider this route.
On Tuesday I had just emerged from a muddy field in Eridge after a weekend camping when I had a call out of the blue from an old photo buddy of mine, Ben Roberts. Ben was due to run a photography workshop for the Photographers' Gallery this week but due to unforeseen circumstances could no longer make it. He wondered if I could step in at short notice and help out and luckily the Photographers' Gallery felt I was suitable and we agreed.