Christmas Gift Vouchers for Photography Training Courses

If you are looking for a Christmas gift for a photographer in your life, why not consider buying them a place on our digital photography courses?

Christmas gift voucher for photography training courses by Peak Digital Training

The voucher comes in a suitably snowy Christmas design, and has space for a personal message

This Christmas, Peak Digital Training is again offering special Christmas gift vouchers for photography training courses. These vouchers are valid for a full twelve months from the date of purchase, and they offer several benefits:

  1. an £85.00 voucher pays for a place on one of our full day photography courses in the Peak District.
  2. a £160.00 voucher allows one person to come on two of our full day digital photography courses – including both parts of our popular beginners’ digital photography course – at a special discounted rate. Or it can be used by two people to attend the same full day photography course (ideal for two friends or family members) – also at a discounted rate.
  3. either voucher can also be used in full or part payment for any of our other training – including one to one training, and learning how to organise and edit photos using Adobe Lightroom.

Click here to request an order form.

The voucher is sent to you by e-mail in PDF format, so that you can send it yourself – or print it out and give it – to the person you are buying it for. There is space on it for a personalized message, and it comes in a suitably snowy Christmas design. We have created a special booking form for it, which makes it easy for you to order by email and pay for the voucher by telephone or internet banking – which means you will get the voucher quickly – usually within a day or even a few hours. Alternatively, you can print the form out and return it by post with a cheque. So if you would like to order one of these vouchers, please contact us to request a booking form, which will be sent to you as quickly as possible by email.

The £160.00 two course voucher offers a special discounted course rate which is ideal if there are two friends, partners or family members who would like to attend a course together. It would also be ideal for someone who would like to attend both parts of our popular beginners’ digital photography courses.  These courses are suitable for owners of any make and model of digital camera – whether it is a “point and shoot”, bridge, mirrorless compact system camera or a top-of-the-range digital slr. You can see more details of our beginners’ level photography courses here.

For more experienced photographers, we also regularly run full day landscape photography courses at stunning locations in the Peak District, Derbyshire and on the borders of Sheffield. These courses are designed mainly for owners of mirrorless compact system cameras or digital slrs, and concentrate more on the creative side of landscape photography, such as composition and colour, as well as more advanced topics such as shooting in RAW format and HDR photography. We also run occasional courses on specific themes – such as photographing wild flowers, or night photography. You can see the list of photography courses we currently have scheduled here.

Unlike so many other presents, the skills learned on one of our photography training courses will never become out of date – and are guaranteed 100% compatible with all makes and models of digital cameras! Whether the person you are buying it for is going to receive a new digital camera for Christmas, or would just like to learn how to use their existing camera better, our courses will help them take control of their camera and focus their creativity to get more out of their photography. You can see what some of our clients have said about our photography training here.

Our special Christmas gift vouchers are only available until Christmas. However, we also offer photography course gift vouchers which are available all the year round, are valid for six months, and can be for any amount you choose.

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