What Does This Button Do? Come & Learn from a Professional.
Ever wondered what all those buttons do? Even the most basic of cameras these days have menu after menu, button after button and are quite frankly mind boggling! However as a working professional I soon learnt my cameras and as they say, practice makes perfect. Even as a professional though, its important I spend at least 6 days a year on courses for my own professional development, learning from other professionals how to make my work and knowledge better.
You can have the chance to come for a full or half day and learn while we shoot. In a very hands on course lasting either half or a full day you will be taken through the bits you want to learn at your pace. No boring classroom monologues to bore you, just you and your camera learning how to get the very best from it. Of course we will cover the basics together as its always good to get a reminder and relearn things you may have forgotten. As a tutor I've taught in Colleges as well as running my own freestanding courses including teaching visually impaired people how to be photographers with some quite fantastic results.
Before we meet up for your course we will have a good chat on the phone or by e-mail so that I can tailor the course to you and what you want to learn. This way the course will help you far more than a standard course where you learn what they want to teach not what you want to learn!
The half a day course is £95 and will last approximately 4 hours whilst the full day, 8 hours is £180. Have a look at the table below to see what you can get.
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