Courses continue on-line during Coronavirus
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“Paul has an exceptional way of ensuring that each individual takes their own journey throughout the course.”
I offer evening-class style courses, mainly in Bromyard and Malvern. They usually cost about £50 for a short course, £100 for a long course.
And talks for camera clubs on lighting and processing portraits.
Individual tuition also available – see below.
Creative Photography with a Compact camera – 5 sessions
A non-technical course for people who want to improve their photography without getting too involved
Beyond Point & Shoot – 9 sessions including two location shoots
Aimed at people who have acquired a better camera and want to master it – for example, we do focus, exposure, shutter speed and aperture and how to use them creatively, and we look at light and composition.
Making and Taking – More advanced Photography – 9 sessions
A follow-on from Beyond Point and Shoot, we go out of our comfort zones into four genres of photography, planning, taking and processing images, with email feedback on your work throughout. (Costs £140)
Portraiture – 5 sessions
Planning the ideas, posing, framing, lighting, working with the subject, and editing the results.
Introduction to Photoshop Elements – 10 sessions
Photoshop is a very powerful programme – but difficult to teach yourself. This course will get you competent on the simplified (and cheaper) ‘Elements’ version.
Lightroom for Photographers – 5 sessions
Lightroom is the preferred programme for keen photographers - quick, intuitive and very powerful. This introductory course requires no previous knowledge, and after just five on-line sessions you will be editing your photos creatively, and amazed by the results.
From one session to sort out a particular issue, to coaching over a period of time, on taking or processing.
Contact me for more details on any of these courses.
“I was amazed at how my ability over the weeks improved. I entered a photo competition and achieved a published photo and highly commended. Who’d have thought it?”