Photography Course Gift Vouchers for December 2015

When it comes to Christmas presents it's never as easy as you might think, perhaps you know someone who is 'hard to buy for', which is what my wife often says about me! To be honest she is probably right.

I think it's especially difficult to buy presents for people that are in to photography though, because it can be a very expensive time if you're considering buying them a new camera or lens.

Why not consider giving them some photography tuition to help push their photography skills to the next level. I have gift vouchers and even presentation boxes that be purchased for most of the photography courses that I offer. Our new presentation boxes look great and it feels much more like giving a gift than just a piece of paper.

You can purchase a gift voucher for a monetary value which can be redeemed on a number of different courses and are valid for 10 months from the date of purchase. Alternatively you can book a specific course if you are pretty sure you know which one would be best for them. This is also a good option if you would prefer them not to now how much you have spent on them.

You can purchase vouchers for a monetary value here.

You can purchase any of my other courses (here and here) from my website and just leave me a note when at the checkout that the course is intended for a gift and I will make sure a voucher goes in the post to you.

121 Photography Courses are a really great choice for gifts, the beauty is that they are completly bespoke to the person's needs so they can learn in the areas they need. Most people usually go for 2 or 3 hours, with 3 hours now being the most popular choice. 3 hours is a good amount of time to go through camera settings and even have a little bit of time putting that in to practice as well.

The pricing structure for 121 Photography Courses depends on a number of factors, such as whether they are able to take the tuition on a weekday, how many hours etc etc. The web page for 121 courses has a simple drop down menu that you can select these options and it will give you the exact price. The presentation gift box is currently free with orders of 2 hours upwards (normally £4).

Another very popular course is Photoclub. They are in fact my longest running courses and we now have several versions of them...

Photoclub Creative which is a 6 month long photography course with 5 individual creative assignments. We meet once a month in the pub to talk about the current assignment, view a slideshow of images from the previous month and give everyone some prints of their images. We only have a few places left on this particular course that starts in February 2016 at The Nevil Crest & Gun pub in Eridge, on the Kent and Sussex border. You will receive a free gift voucher and presentation box if you mention this blog post when booking.

Photoclub Creative Online is exactly the same as above except it is run completely online! This is great because it means members can be anywhere in the world just as long as they have a fairly good grasp of English. The same assignments and members can be part of the same private Facebook group to keep in touch with other members. You will receive a free gift voucher and presentation box if you mention this blog post when booking.

We now have a brand new version of Photoclub, we are just completing the first 6 month season of Photoclub Technical and it's been really successful. So much so that we now have a Level 1 and Level 2 technial Photoclub starting in February 2016. We only have a few places left on this particular course that starts in February 2016 at The Nevil Crest & Gun pub in Eridge, on the Kent and Sussex border. You will receive a free gift voucher and presentation box if you mention this blog post when booking.

We also have a Photoclub Technical Online version for level 1 only at the moment, although we plan to add a Level 2 option soon.

If you have any questions at all about any of the courses I offer or the gift vouchers, please do not hesitate to get in touch via the Contact Page.

Many thanks,
Andy