For Summer 2017: some Alternative Process cyanotype photogramme workshops, a series of studio lighting short courses, some one-off technique based sessions (macro, off camera lighting, etc) and Adobe Lightroom…

More practical (shooting rather than classroom based) sessions to follow into the autumn – Join our newsletter for details.


Workshops:


  • 24th June 2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

A second 1-day intermediate Adobe Lightroom Workshop exploring the editing capabilities in the software’s Develop module.  If you have been using Photoshop for everyday edits to your images, you are probably slowing down your workflow, especially if you need to batch process all the images for a shoot. By end of this workshop you will (more…)


  • 15th July 2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The third in this series of three Beginner and Intermediate 1-day Adobe Lightroom Workshops exploring: Styling.  Taking advantage of Lightroom’s range of tools to create your own pre-sets to consistently apply the tweaks that give your images your style.  Will also cover advanced editing tools such as the Brush, Graduated filter, Vignette, colour correction, advanced (more…)


  • 21st July 2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Although Adobe Lightroom remains a more useful day to day tool for photographers, there are times when you need the extra resources that Photoshop provides – this is partly why the two come packaged together by Adobe.  Photoshop Elements, Adobe’s cut down version, is also the only version you can still buy outright, rather than (more…)

Event Phone: 07767 767625


  • 19th August 2018
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

An introduction to one of the earliest photographic technique from the 1840s.  A cyanotype photogram is a camera-less process which produces rich blue prints by placing found objects such as leaves and flowers (or pieces of old machinery, knives and forks, whatever your creativity can conjure up) onto sensitised paper which we then expose to sunlight.  These (more…)


Between us we have the experience to teach most types of still and video skills – from traditional landscape to managing a digital workflow.   Remember – in addition to our more practical camera skills workshops we are happy to support students on FE and HE courses from GCSE to MA level.

Get in touch if you want to discuss setting up a bespoke workshop – it usually wouldn’t be more expensive unless we need to bring in specialist equipment or models.