Creative photo walks

Couple with umbrella, shot through fountain

Couple with umbrella, shot through fountain

Creative Photo Walks

3 hours, 1 person – £65 (for 2 or more people – max 4 – £50 each)

4 hours, 1 person – £80 (for 2 or more people – max 4 – £60 each)

 

It’s for you if……..

….you’d like some help to get started or progress with photography, whether that means you’re a complete beginner, need to know more about the technical side, want to develop your confidence with your camera, or would like creative inspiration that will show you how to take more interesting shots.

We’ll meet for a coffee first to discuss what you want from the session and perhaps go through some basics, and then we’ll go out on a photowalk which will be tailored to your needs.  The session is very practical, as that’s the only way to learn!

A photowalk is great for getting more experience changing your camera settings, with someone knowledgeable on hand to help out and suggest possibilities.  It’s also great for helping you move in a more creative direction, and I can show you how to find unusual shots in everyday things, and how to approach your photography using a more contemplative style.

The images on this page are examples of some more unusual possibilities you can explore in your shots.  But don’t worry if you prefer ‘straight’ shots – we can do those too!

It’s not for you if…….

….you’re seriously into discussing gear and you want to learn advanced technical skills.  While I can give plenty of help and advice on the technology side of photography, I’m really far more interested in helping people learn to ‘see’ the extraordinary in ordinary things and discover their own unique creativity.

I’d like to come along but I don’t have a ‘proper’ camera….

No problem!  Even if all you’ve got is a phone camera, there’s lots to be gained.  We’d concentrate on the more creative side of things and perhaps look at some interesting ways of processing your phone shots using free apps.  I want to open up the pleasures of photography to everyone, regardless of what sort of camera they happen to be using.

Where does it happen?

I currently teach in Newark and Lincoln, as they offer great photo opportunities and because I’m familiar with them, but if you’d like to meet somewhere different please ask and I’ll see what I can do. Please note that unless someone has mobility issues, I don’t normally visit people’s homes.

 

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Red and green reflection

Lloyd's Building, London, reflected in wing mirror of motorbike

Reflection with red lampshade

'Landscape' created from oilspill in ditch

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