Price for one day workshop:
(also available for two people booking together)
|Full day workshops (8 Hours)
||Half day workshops (4 Hours)
(1 to 1)
(1 to 1)
Individual (0ne to one) hourly lessons available in the field
Are you too busy to attend a workshop? Then why not try taking hourly lessons with me?
Editing/post processing techniques using Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom
After taking your photos in the field, the next step is to process them in the digital darkroom. I'll show you how using Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom.
|Hourly photography lessons are available in the field or at the computer
Editing/processing using Adobe Photoshop
|30 eur p/h
||Editing/processing using Adobe Photoshop online using screensharing software
||25 eur p/h
Beginners workshops (suitable for advanced compacts or SLR users who want to get serious about photography)
- A one-day workshop, or two-day course, part of which will teach all the theory using a simple and practical approach so you won’t be frightening off by complicated technical language.
- Afterwards, you will be taken outside to some great locations in which to try out your new skills, with your teacher on hand to guide you.
This workshop is suitable for people with digital SLRs, compact system and bridge cameras. If you have ability to change lenses or set shutter speed, aperture, ISO and white balance, then this workshop is for you.
On location workshops and photo days (Suitable for everyone)
- One day intensive course for those who just want to get out there and start shooting.
- For people who have already taken the beginners workshop or already understand the basics, it's a great way to expand your knowledge and continue to put your new skills into practice.
- Ideal for compact users whose cameras are not suitable for the beginners workshops but still want to learn how to get the best from their cameras.
- For amateur enthusiasts who don’t want to go in-depth and just want to learn how to take better photo
What you will learn:
- The basic principles of how a camera takes a photo
- Understanding of shutter speed, aperture, ISO and white balance
- How to use the camera's light meter
- How to create background blur in your portrait and close-up photographs, or isolate objects from the background to make them stand out more
- To get detail in your landscape shots
- How to make sure your subject is sharp by controlling autofocus
- How blurring can occur due to camera-shake or movement and ways to prevent this
- How to create blur or motion in a photo when required
- How to use Exposure Compensation and what effects it has
- When shooting in manual mode can help
- How to shoot moving objects and keep them in focus
- Understanding the technical aspects of a digital image, resolution, pixel count, JPEG
- What is RAW and why you should always shoot in this format
- Composing your images for the best shots
Detailed handout: I know how hard it can be to try and scribble down notes at any kind of lesson or workshop, and so to this end I have created a detailed handout that covers everything we cover, so you don't have to make any notes. You will learn a lot in one day, so it's especially useful to refer back to in the future when you go out on your own.