29.7.13

Changes to 'Photography Classes'



I’ve updated the way my personal photography classes work - instead of doing one-on-one sessions, I thought it'd be fun to meet as a small group. So we can get to know each other and have fun, all while learning about photography and improving our skills.

We’ll be able to learn from each other, and can exchange ideas along the way - not matter whether that’s photography related, or anything else floating your mind.
I've decided to keep it small - a group of 5 people at the most for now, so I can really focus on everyone’s needs. I’ll be there for you to help out with any questions, camera settings, gear, etc.

Here are the most important points, in short for you to take away. If you want more specific information you can read up on it here.

  • Meet for some food (breakfast, coffee, lunch - you decide), have a chat, get to know each other
  • Cover any photography related topics. I’ll teach you how to photograph in manual mode and promise it will be easier than you think. Also ask me anything else you don’t quite understand, or want to know about.
  • Go for a wander, and put into practice what we've just learnt. I’ll be helping you out along the way.
  • Get a spreadsheet with all the main information on it
  • Email me for free after if you have any questions
  • £29
  • For dates email me - I want to keep it casual and relaxed, so we’ll find a day that works for all of us.

If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, simply shoot me a quick email. I’d love to get to know you and help out with anything photography related, so you can really enjoy using your camera, and feel like your photos are getting better over time!


4 comments:

  1. I would love to be able to do this, but I'm so far away! Sounds like such a fun and educational experience. What a great idea to go with a small group. That way everyone can feed off each other's creative juices!

    Kate from Clear the Way

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    1. Thanks for the feedback, Kate! I wish you were closer too, would be nice to meet you! :)

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  2. i wish i wasn't so far either. i've enjoyed your photography tips and they've helped me a bit in my intro to photo class in uni. hopefully i'll get a chance to meet you and learn some more when i'm studying abroad in a year (:

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    1. Aww, thank you Sharon. I hope your photography class is going well, and would love to meet you, too! :)

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