creative workshops

From the earliest days of photography, pioneering photographers recognised the technique as a form of art. Like great paintings, great photographs are artificially constructed portrayals that must be thoughtfully composed, carefully lit and tell a story. If you’re looking to explore the artistic side of photography, please check out our wonderful variety of creative courses  below. 

Abstract photography

By looking at the world around us in a different way, and focusing on details such as textures, colours, shapes, and patterns, you can find art in everything and produce stunning images fit for a gallery.

Adobe Lightroom

Managing and post processing images can seem complicated, but no need to worry, our Adobe Lightroom Workshop will clear things up, and help give your images a real boost!

Creative Composition & Critique

There is a common belief that there are a set of prescribed “rules” relating to photography, which unfortunately can prove a hindrance to the development of emerging photographers; we believe that no art-form should be constrained in this way!

Macro & Close Up

Whether you are looking to take photos for your business, capture documentary shots or perhaps something more arty and abstract, this course will be of interest. 

Photoshop Elements

‘Photoshop Elements Course – First Steps’ is the starting point for those who want to download images from their camera, organise their photos and use the basic Photoshop Elements tools to optimise their photos.

Portrait Natural Light

The Natural Light Portrait Photography course is for those wishing to take more control over their portrait photography and take their first steps into this area of photography.

Portrait Studio Lighting

This course explores portraiture with a more painterly style, taking the lead from the Old Masters. You’ll learn about maximising detail in darker imagery through lighting and post production, and a range of approaches to posing, sets and styling. 

Still Life Photography

Still life photography allows the photographer to have almost complete control of their image. It is this great creative power over your image which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal and deeply artistic experience.

creative workshops

From the earliest days of photography, pioneering photographers recognised the technique as a form of art. Like great paintings, great photographs are artificially constructed portrayals that must be thoughtfully composed, carefully lit and tell a story. If you’re looking to explore the artistic side of photography, please check out our wonderful variety of creative courses below.

Abstract photography

By looking at the world around us in a different way, and focusing on details such as textures, colours, shapes, and patterns, you can find art in everything and produce stunning images fit for a gallery.

Adobe Lightroom

Managing and post processing images can seem complicated, but no need to worry, our Adobe Lightroom Workshop will clear things up, and help give your images a real boost!

Creative Composition

There is a common belief that there are a set of prescribed “rules” relating to photography, which unfortunately can prove a hindrance to the development of emerging photographers; we believe that no art-form should be constrained in this way!

Macro & Close Up

Whether you are looking to take photos for your business, capture documentary shots or perhaps something more arty and abstract, this course will be of interest.

Photoshop Elements

Our Photoshop Elements Course is the starting point for those who want to download images from their camera, organise their photos and use the basic Photoshop Elements tools to optimise their photos.

Portrait Natural Light

The Natural Light Portrait Photography course is for those wishing to take more control over their portrait photography and take their first steps into this area of photography.

Portrait Studio Lighting

This course explores portraiture with a more painterly style, taking the lead from the Old Masters. You’ll learn about maximising detail in darker imagery through lighting and post production, and a range of approaches to posing, sets and styling.

Still Life Photography

Still life photography allows the photographer to have almost complete control of their image. It is this great creative power over your image which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal and deeply artistic experience.

creative workshops

From the earliest days of photography, pioneering photographers recognised the technique as a form of art. Like great paintings, great photographs are artificially constructed portrayals that must be thoughtfully composed, carefully lit and tell a story. If you’re looking to explore the artistic side of photography, please check out our wonderful variety of creative courses below.

Abstract photography

By looking at the world around us in a different way, and focusing on details such as textures, colours, shapes, and patterns, you can find art in everything and produce stunning images fit for a gallery.

Adobe Lightroom

Managing and post processing images can seem complicated, but no need to worry, our Adobe Lightroom Workshop will clear things up, and help give your images a real boost!

Creative Composition

There is a common belief that there are a set of prescribed “rules” relating to photography, which unfortunately can prove a hindrance to the development of emerging photographers; we believe that no art-form should be constrained in this way!

Macro & Close Up

Whether you are looking to take photos for your business, capture documentary shots or perhaps something more arty and abstract, this course will be of interest.

Photoshop Elements

Our Photoshop Elements Course is the starting point for those who want to download images from their camera, organise their photos and use the basic Photoshop Elements tools to optimise their photos.

Portrait Natural Light

The Natural Light Portrait Photography course is for those wishing to take more control over their portrait photography and take their first steps into this area of photography.

Portrait Studio Lighting

This course explores portraiture with a more painterly style, taking the lead from the Old Masters. You’ll learn about maximising detail in darker imagery through lighting and post production, and a range of approaches to posing, sets and styling.

Still Life Photography

Still life photography allows the photographer to have almost complete control of their image. It is this great creative power over your image which makes still life photography such an exciting, personal and deeply artistic experience.

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