Photo Workshops by Keith
All workshops can be delivered in Central Scotland within 30 miles of Stirling.
is a lecture style Powerpoint presentation of images to illustrate the
use of Timing, Lighting & Composition as a means to
produce better pictures. It is supported by a set of notes and lasts
about 2 hours.
– The guiding principles of Scenic Photography
is a practical workshop based indoors & out that looks at the
way we look at things to turn them into images. It starts with simple
exercises & leads to group and individual work outside to
collect images. It lasts about 2 hrs but can be extended to include
more individual time making images. People need a camera & if
possible a tripod.
carefully chosen walk with lots of opportunity for taking photographs
and talking about how we do that. A series of activities are combined with input from photographer as and when
walk with a photographer
instructional workshop which covers how to work with a digital camera
in terms of saving, storing and retrieving images in an organised
manner – also called “Digital lessons I have
learned” – lasts about 90 minutes & supported
organised for digital photography
lecture style presentation on the use of Photoshop to work on digital
images. It concentrates on achieving the printed image
that you visualised when you saw it rather than graphic trickery. It is
supported by a set
of notes and there is open opportunity for questions to make it
interactive. It lasts about 3 hrs.
for scenic photographers
are sessions tailored to suit an individual or group needs and it
starts with participants setting an agenda for learning about scenic
photography and working through it. Highly practical &
interactive – lasts as long as people want!
group & 1:1 Tuition
contacted by phone
on 07890 119827 or by e-mail to: