New photography workshops ready for 2020!
“Learn as if you were to live forever”
With 2020 fast approaching and my diary already filling fast with other commitments I thought it would be a good idea to plan ahead and set out some dates for my every popular Photography Training workshops.
I have also now introduced two further workshops especially designed for those who have already been on courses and would like to expand their photographic skills with an experienced mentor and trainer.
I have also made a few changes to the original workshops to give you a little more choice as to which one might suit you!
The popular Children’s Portraiture Workshops and the new Mastering Natural Light Workshops that I run will now each be styled to the season so each will have a Spring, Summer Autumn and Winter styled shoot. So if you are looking to expand location shoot portfolio you may want to book a few of these courses together. Each will all feature an experienced model all different for each session so as to give variety to your portfolio if you are to attend more than one shoot.
You will also at the end of each course (beginners included) now learn some basic editing techniques for your images, for example Black and white conversions, simple skin retouching and colour correction through to print.
Each delegate will then leave the workshop with a print of their favourite image taken on the day.
The two new courses are…Studio Lighting for Portraiture, and Mastering Natural Light Workshop. I have added these courses as a need from the clients who have already been to my original workshops and wanted to build on their skills.
All of the courses will now be held at the new Studio in Charlton Kings or in Cheltenham depending on the workshop. More details will be forwarded once a booking is made.
For bookings of 2 or more workshops I have introduced some great offers for you to book in advance and save money, please do note that these will be booked up quickly as the spaces are limited to only 6 delegates for each course to enable more time with the model.