1to1 Photography Tuition Peak District
Struggling to find a gift for someone who just about has everything?
How about a lesson in photography? I am passionate about this and always want to share with others how to bring their pictures to life. To do this I offer one to one and small group photography tuition, either in the comfort of a client’s home or at an agreed venue. Have a look at my website and find out more about the courses on offer.
I run my 1-day course in Buxton, starting in the morning covering the theory, explaining the basics of exposure, then moving on to explain the purpose of all those buttons and dials. It’s really not rocket science, and by the end of the morning, you’ll feel much more at home with your camera. We go out and about during the afternoon – either around Buxton, or weather permitting – up into the Peak District. You will put your new found skills into practice and by the end of the day will have a selection of images worthy of printing and hanging on your wall. Following my instruction, taking photography should become as intuitive as driving a car.
Locally based in Leek, my knowledge of the Staffordshire Moorlands and Peak District enables me to find the perfect location for your photography experience. I offer Photography Tuition Gift Vouchers which make the perfect Christmas gift for the keen photographer wishing to build on their skills and get the most from their photography.
I have been conducting my one to one photography tuition courses in the Peak District for 10 years and have received some wonderful reviews from my many satisfied customers – take a look at the unsolicited testimonial below:
“Jon is an excellent and natural teacher. He quickly found out what experience I had of photography and was able to show me how to use all the camera’s functions to get the best out of it. Jon’s passion for photography really shows through in his teaching style. He explained the various settings of the camera in an easy-to-follow manner which exactly hit the level I needed, not too techy and not patronising….”