1-2-1 Close Up Tuition
Available April - September £250
Days available: Friday / Saturday / Sunday
Do you wish to hone your skills as a creative close-up photographer? If so, why not book a day with me on location, learning about use of depth-of-field, sharpness and focusing stacking, field-craft, natural, flash and LED lighting, the importance of background choice and creating bokeh effects. Whatever your level of experience – complete beginner or semi-professional – the day will be tailored to your individual requirements.
Day Workshop Key Features
6 hour tuition + 2 hour Processing Tuition
Transport between locations
Drinks and Snacks
Use of tripod (on request)
Lightroom / Photoshop tutorial
Workshops are run in a relaxed, friendly manner and are aimed at photographers of all levels. Days in the field are planned flexibly and on a day-by-day basis. It’s important not to be too rigid in terms of locations, as the weather is constantly changing.
What we’ll cover:
Camera settings basics
Use of light
Working with filtration
Post processing in Lightroom and Photoshop
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
Health or accident insurance
What you’ll need to bring:
Outdoor clothing / walking boots
Good working knowledge of your camera (or bring your manual!)
SMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS
I ALSO OFFER SINGLE DAY WORKSHOPS FOR SMALL GROUPS
2 PARTICIPANTS £200 per person - 3 PARTICIPANTS £150 per person
Workshops are arranged for Friday’s, Saturday’s or Sunday’s and are limited to 3 persons to ensure the best focused attention possible.
The Workshop can be paid in full, or by a £100 non-refundable deposit - should you wish to pay by deposit the full balance is to settled no later than 3-weeks before the start of the workshop.
“I had a fantastic morning with Neil, starting with some butterfly photography at sunrise, followed by some long exposure tuition. I learnt so much, had great fun, and came away with some of the best shots I have ever taken. Neil is a great teacher and generous with his time and ideas - I would highly recommend these workshops!”