We don’t currently have any dates scheduled for this one day course, but as an alternative, many of our clients prefer to have personalised one to one training which can be carried out at a time and place to suit them – even in their own home working with their own computer. See here for more details of our one to one Lightroom training.
If you really want to get the best from your photos, you need to learn how to edit them properly. The software of choice for many photographers is Adobe Lightroom, which was designed specifically to help digital photographers organise, edit and output their photos for a variety of purposes.
This hands-on, practical course will teach you how to get the best out of your photos using the tools within Lightroom’s Develop module. It is designed for people who already have some basic experience of working within Lightroom (or other photo editors such as Photoshop), but no previous editing experience is necessary.
Please click here to request a booking form for this course.
Saturday May 2nd – 10.ooam to 5.00pm. £90.00 per person. Fully booked.
There will be only four photographers on this intermediate level landscape photography course which has been timed to capture some of the Peak District‘s woodlands in springtime when they are looking their best. One of the features of this course is that all the locations which we may visit are very accessible – no more than a few hundred yards from where we can park our cars. The walking is also very easy (with one small exception which is optional anyway).
Here’s what our client Stuart said after last year’s course: “many thanks for a brilliant and enjoyable workshop last Saturday near Birchover. Your knowledge of the environment in Derbyshire is mind blowing and I know the rest of the group also thought so.
I’m very happy with most of the photo’s I’ve taken thanks to your advice and the pub food was excellent.”
Please contact us to request a booking form, or if you need any further information about this course.
We will spend the first part of the day in woods not far from Matlock photographing bluebells and other spring wild flowers, as well as the impressive ruined steam engine house of a former lead mine. We are able to park right by the edge of the woods, so very little walking is required, and it is also quite flat. There is only one steep slope (which often has some of the best bluebells – see the photo above), but it is optional whether or not you decide to climb it, as there will be plenty of other bluebells to choose from! Continue reading