Photography & Lightroom Training
All courses are run with small class sizes of 12 to ensure that everyone learns in a comfortable and fun environment. All courses are taught by professional photographer Graham Moreton.
You can book onto a course by following the Click Here link underneath each course listing on this page which will take you to a Skiddle Event Booking Form
Our Next Workshop:
Introduction to Photography at Mere Sands Wood – 25th March 2018
Into to Photography Courses – £35 pp
Make the most of your camera and start taking stunning photographs
Our beginners photography courses are the ideal place to start if you are new to digital photography, just purchased an DSLR camera or Bridge Camera and want to learn the basics. You may be completely new to photography and looking to take up a new hobby or even start a new career, either way the beginner course is the ideal place to start.
Lightroom Courses – £35 pp
Fed up of spending hours looking for that one
photograph in thousands?
Do you want to get your photographs organised
concisely and efficiently?
Are your photographs too dark or light?
Do your images lack “punch”?
If any of the above questions are relevant to you, then you would benefit from attending a Lightroom Workshop.
Lightroom is one of the world’s leading photographic programs used by millions around the world, both professional and amateur alike. Its’ popularity comes from its’ easy to understand interface and intuitiveness, making the whole process of cataloguing, editing and sharing your photographs, easy and uncomplicated. Many photographers use Lightroom simply to edit their photographs, not realising that they are missing out on many other features that Lightroom can offer.
On & Off Camera Flash Photography Training £40 pp
Making use of your Speedlight On and Off Camera to create stunning images in all locations
Understand Flash on and off camera.
This course guides the student through the use of flash both on and off camera. It’s worth noting that whilst on camera flash is taught the course mainly covers its use away from the camera.