Then come and learn how to take great photos on one of my photography workshops in either England or Slovenia.
I offer photography workshops, tours and tuition to both individuals and groups.
Just bought your first digital SLR? Or maybe you are having trouble understanding the complexities of your compact? Whether you are a budding professional or amateur enthusiast who wants to get more from your camera, there is no better way to learn photography and put these new skills to practice than by travelling around a country resplendent with stunning natural landscapes, interesting people and great light.
All courses take place entirely on location in England or Slovenia where you can learn and develop your photographic skills while enjoying the outdoors and capture dramatic photos at the same time in a relaxed, informal and enjoyable atmosphere, among others who enjoy photography too. Or you can take a private photography workshop, tour or simply a one day course where you will get my undivided attention.
Stretching along Dorset and Devon, the Jurassic Coast is so-named because its landscape and geology record 185 million years of the Earth's history. It's packed with fantastic photographic opportunities at anytime of the year, and we'll explore the Dorset stretch, and photography some of the best locations
Learn photography in the alpine north of Slovenia. On this photography workshop you can photograph beautiful snow-capped mountains and blossoming trees in spring. In April the mountains can still be snow covered. In October the colours are changing and the landscape is awash with different shades of brown and yellow.
The fairytale setting of Lake Bled is a beautiful glacial lake surrounded by towering alpine mountains. The island church on the lake is one of its two most distinctive features, along with the castle perched high on a cliff. Could you imagine a better place to learn?
Lake Bohinj is a photographer's paradise. Spend a day beside this beautiful alpine lake and learn photography at the same time. Nestled in the heart of the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park, the lake rarely fails to provide a stunning moment.
Choose your location on this special Slovenia mountains photography
workshop where I will take you to a choice of spectacular, easy to get to locations, with stunning mountain views.
In the north lies the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park, lakes Bohinj and Bled are backed my beautiful mountainous scenery.
Other stunning locations include the churches at Jamnik Church and Sveti Tomaz backed by the Kamnik Alps. Or you can even try the Ljubljana Moors to the south. There are many great locations with stunning mountain backdrops
I am a solo female traveller who enjoys landscape photography as a hobby and because this was my first trip abroad on my own I decided to book a one to one workshop with Ian, not just for the tuition but also to enable me to photograph in areas I would not otherwise have been able to get to and Ian also provided Hotel pick up and drop off. I attended the workshop on 23/10/2019 around Lake Bohinj in Slovenia. The workshop was originally planned for a Sunrise, however due to Ian’s knowledge he informed me the day before that storms were forecast for early morning, therefore recommended we changed to an 11.30am pickup instead and then stay out later for Sunset and the Blue Hour. When we arrived at Lake Bohinj, Ian took me a walk around various possible composition points and he was very informative in what to look for in a composition and how to research where the best light will be depending on the time of day. He gave me details of Apps he recommended for accurate weather forecasts and to advise on where the sun would rise and set etc. Although the heavy storms had passed, the sky remained very grey and cloudy most of the day, therefore Ian took me to two lakeside locations and a beautiful waterfall quite high up in the mountains where we could make the most of the moody conditions. Unfortunately the cloudy weather did not improve enough for me to photograph a Sunset, however Ian took me to a spot where I was able to photograph in the Blue Hour that follows Sunset which was a new experience for me and I learnt such a lot. Throughout the day Ian allowed me to set up my own compositions and then would advise on focal point, aperture, ISO etc. and if filters could improve the exposure depending on the light. He also gave advice on long exposures, when and when not to try them depending on the movement of the clouds and water and also how to reduce the exposure time by changing other settings on the camera. Ian’s method of teaching is excellent and he answered all my questions in an easy to understand way. Ian is a very friendly and easy to talk to guy and his expertise in landscape photography is evident. I would not hesitate to book another workshop with him.