”Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” – Pele
Mentoring and training in Gloucestershire
1 to 1 photography training
Suitable for wedding photographers throughout the UK who are both in the early stages of running a business or who are more established.
Prior to the day, we’ll build a plan based on your requirements. Below are some ideas to get you started but do feel free to suggest anything you would like to work on. As part of the session, we will put together a manageable plan to aid your development and I will revisit it with you around 1 and 3 months later to look at next steps.
- Understanding light – types, how to use it and where to find it
- What to photograph – the art of observation
- How to be different – find your place and make yourself stand out
- Wedding camera settings – aperture, iso etc
- Business management – website, seo, marketing
- Album design – from creation to delivery
- On and off camera flash – using flash simply and effectively
- Practical – a focussed shoot on the streets of Cheltenham
- E-shoots – choosing locations and working with couples
- How to approach a wedding day – what works for me
- Editing and workflow – efficient and streamlined
- Tips and tricks – turn it up a notch
Half day (9:00 – 12:30)
Full day (9:00 – 4:30) – includes lunch
Training is held in Cheltenham. Group sessions also available.
Please email for pricing: [email protected]
1 to 1 photography mentoring
For photographers who feel they need more infrequent, targeted support.
Whether it’s a wedding critique, help with shot ideas for a particular venue or support with a technique you’d like to improve on, 1:1 mentoring means you can develop at your own pace and in your own time. I’ll grow with you and respond to your individual requirements.
Ongoing support is delivered via phone or online.
Please email for pricing. Enquire: [email protected]
”The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” – Dorothea Lange