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Do you run workshops, now there's food for thought

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Even if you’re a complete beginner.

This is what I hear from beginner (and not-so-beginner) photographers: “I really want to take amazing, creative photos. But working this camera is so complicated!”. I understand. There are all these buttons, numbers, and terms that can be overwhelming, or at least it seems that way? But here’s the thing: The problem is not what you or I are learning, but how we’re learning.

Most of us learn best by seeing and doing.

The workshops that I have been running with groups of no more than four people will resume in January 2015. More info : Contact James or check out the workshop events page clicking on the link / logo below or use the drop down from the menu “Workshops”


Workshops re-start January 2015.

I only have a ‘point and shoot’ camera, does that exclude me?
No, not at all. While it’s true that to get the most benefit from the day photography workshops and two / three-day holidays it’s better to have a camera with at very least the facility of setting aperture priority, you can still benefit from some wonderful locations and useful hints.



There are 6 comments on this post
  1. November 07, 2014, 2:01 am

    A spectacular shot James! I didn’t know you did workshops . . . . how seriously tempting!

    • November 17, 2014, 12:03 pm

      A massive thanks Patti, and I suppose I have kept this rather under wraps for a while..£68.00 for a full day

  2. November 02, 2014, 12:05 pm

    Stunning photo, James. I love it. Good luck with the workshops. I wish I lived closer to you.

    • November 17, 2014, 11:58 am

      A massive thanks Isabella and thank you for wishing me luck with the workshops

  3. November 01, 2014, 3:37 pm

    This is an absolutely gorgeous image! I love it!

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