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Group Workshops

Bookings are now being taken for my programme of workshops.

All of my workshops cater for photographers with a wide variety of interests, needs, knowledge and experience. For more information click on the titles below:-

The coronavirus outbreak has obviously impacted on my planned programme of workshops scheduled for 2020. Travel restrictions have unfortunately required that some have had to be cancelled or postponed. If you are booked on one of my workshops, masterclasses or One2Ones and haven't yet heard from me then please assume that they are still proceeding as planned. I am obviously keeping a regular watch on the changing situation and reviewing my plans with government guidance & advice in mind as well as the health & safety of my customers.

I am currently planning how I can continue to offer development support, advice and guidance online and will shortly be offering a range of options including One2One coaching & mentoring, online image reviews, presentations on a variety of topics as well as publishing books in PDF format.

I also plan to get back to writing my blog posts again. Due to my heavy travel schedule in the last 2-3 years I have neglected my blogs for sometime now so I have appreciated the reminders some of you have given me about this - it's nice to know that you valued them and have noticed their absence; thank you!

If you have any questions then do please get in touch with me.

I hope that you keep safe, well and positive in these difficult times.

 

One day workshops catering for photographers of all abilities who want to improve their flower & plant photography and a 'Business of Photography' workshop for those looking to earn some income from their images.

WHEN

Various Dates

I am booked to run two one day landscape photography workshops for the Royal Photographic Society's South East Digital Imaging Group at Dungeness on the south coast of England. The first of these is scheduled for Saturday 27th June (more information here) and the second for Monday 29th June (more information here).

The workshops are open to both members and non-members of the RPS.

I will also be giving two of my talks - 'Hyperbole, Exaggeration and Distortion' and 'The Nature of Creativity' - on Sunday 28th June (more information here) and again these are open to both members and non-members of the RPS.

I am trying to look beyond the immediate impact of the coronavirus on us all to a time when hopefully life will have returned to some degree of normality. Like many people I am trying to stay positive at this very difficult time. One way I am doing that is to plan my own personal photo projects and trips for 2021 - thinking about what it will be like to be able to roam freely with my camera in hand again is one of the things that helps me stay sane in these times of social isolation. I am also planning workshops for next year in the hope that in 2021 I will be able to return to work with groups of fellow photographers on location to share my knowledge, expertise and passion for photography and the world around us.

I am currently planning a varied programme of workshops next year and as more details become available I will post them below. These include: -

          Assynt, Scotland in January (with Mark Banks)

          The Faroe Islands in April (with Kevin Raber)

          Australia in June (with Peter Eastway)

          Chicago, USA in September (with Kevin Raber)

          Isle of Skye, Scotland in October (with Kevin Raber)

          Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica in November (with Kevin Raber)

          Venice, Italy in December (with Mark Banks)

In the meantime, if you would like to be added to the list of interested participants for any of the above please email me. 

In addition to my workshop programme I will be continuing to offer One2Ones for individuals where the location, timing and programme are designed to meet their specific requirements. I will also run a couple of Masterclasses during the year, each designed for a small group of advanced photographers who are looking to be challenged and supported in developing their photography further.