Beginners Photography Workshop


Designed for anyone who wants to get to grips with their DSLR camera.

Learn how and why to get out of Auto Mode, take control of your camera and get creative!

Macro Photography Workshop


Capture the tiny world around you in amazing detail.

Learn the best camera settings, best lenses to use for beautiful macro images.

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Night Photography Workshop


Capture the wonderful lights and colours at night.

Learn how to capture the city at night, starbursts from streetlamps, light trails from moving cars, even the night sky.

Wire Wool Photography Workshop


Learn the techniques, equipment, and camera settings for creating amazing images at night using glow sticks and wire wool.

 

 


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FAQ
 

Where does the Workshop take place?
At a scenic location in Surrey

When does the Workshop run?
Between April 1st and October 31st weekday afternoons at 3pm, or weekends at 10am and 2pm..

How long is the Workshop?
two and a half hours

What Will I need to Bring?
Any kind of camera with a fully charged battery and memory card which will hold at least 100 images.

How many people will be at the Workshop?
A maximum of six

 



Designed for anyone who wants to understand more about their camera and how to master the settings.


In this workshop you will learn....
 

  • Light, it,s colour, quality, and importance to photography
  • Understanding Program Modes
  • Understanding the Aperture setting
  • Understanding Shutter Speeds
  • Understanding the ISO setting
  • The Exposure triangle.
  • Metering Modes
  • Setting White Balance
  • Good composition
  • And much more ...
Beginners Photography Workshop
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Night Photography Workshop

Colours at Night

Colours at Night

Light Trails

Light Trails

FAQ
 

Where does the Workshop take place?
At Kingston Upon Thames

When does the Workshop run?
Evenings and weekends.by arrangement all year round.
The exact starting time times of the course varies throughout the year to ensure that it is dark enough.

How long is the Workshop?
Two and a half hours

What Will I need to Bring?
A DSLR camera with a fully charged battery and a memory card capable of storing at least 100 images.
A tripod.

How many people will be at the Workshop?
A maximum of five

 

Designed for anyone who understands the basics of their camera and settings. If you are a complete beginner I recommend taking my Beginners Photography Course first.

 


In this workshop you will learn....
 

  • Camera settings
  • Using Manual Mode
  • Long Shutter Speeds
  • Using the self timer
  • Creating Light trails
  • Reducing camera vibration for sharper images
  • Creating Starbursts
  • Using a zoom lens for special effects
  • Adding foreground light to a scene
  • Good composition
  • And much more ...
Street Scenes

Street Scenes

Night Photography Workshop
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Macro Photography Workshop
 

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FAQ

Where does the Workshop take place?

At a scenic location in Surrey

When does the Workshop run?
Between April 1st and October 31st weekday afternoons at 3pm, or weekends at 10am and 2pm..

 

How long is the Workshop?
Two and a half hours


What Will I need to Bring?
You are welcome to bring any camera and lens to this workshop.
However, if you don't yet have the necessary equipment, I will provide everything you need for the duration of the workshop for free.


How many people will be at the Workshop?
I teach one person at each workshop to ensure you have personal access to the camera and accessories.

 

Designed for anyone who wants to learn more about capturing the tiny world all around us. By the end of this Workshop you will have taken some great macro images.

I will show you the techniques and equipment that I recommenced for good macro photography using a DSLR camera..

 

In this workshop you will learn....
 

  • The basic camera settings for macro work.
  • Aperture Settings
  • Getting close to your subject.
  • Understanding 'Depth of Field' and why it is important
  • Good use of the the available light.
  • Considering the background
  • Good composition
  • What are extension tubes and how to use them
  • Choosing a lens
  • Using manual focus
  • Using live view.
  • An explanation of 'focus stacking' in post processing.
  • And much more ...
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Macro Photography Workshop
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Wire Wool Photography Workshop

What Will I need to Bring?
A camera which has a manual mode and long exposure settings.
If you are not sure about your camera, send me a message and I will check for you.


How many people will be at the Workshop?
A maximum of six
Designed for anyone who wants to learn all about creating stunning images with wire wool at night..

Where does the Workshop take place?

In Surbiton

When does the Workshop run?
Evenings October 31st to March 31st.

 

How long is the Workshop?
Two hours

 




In this workshop you will learn....
 

  • The basic camera settings
  • The recommended equipment needed for wire wool spinning which is very cheap!
  • Safety precautions when using Wire Wool
  • Using long shutter speeds
  • Using manual mode
  • Getting the right exposure



Wire Wool spinning can be dangerous.
Safety precautions will be explained
This workshop is open to over 18s only.

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LIght Painting and Wire Wool Workshop
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Cancellations

 

If, for any reason, you cancel your booking more than 24 hours prior to the date and time agred, I will refund your money in full.

If you cancel with less than 24 hours to the Workshop I will retain 20% of the fee and refund you the remaining 80%

If I have to cancel the workshop for any reason, I will offer you an alternative date or a full refund, whichever you prefer.