Sometimes scheduled workshops just don't fit your requirements. You can't make any of the dates, it's not quite the content you would like to cover, or you are unsure if there'll be time to find the settings on your camera.
Two hour lesson
This is just the right amount of time for your first lesson to help prevent that feeling of overwhelm or brain fry! Or if you want to concentrate on something specific in detail.
Three hour lesson
Sometimes two hours just doesn't seem like long enough! If we are going to cover camera settings, do some practice shooting and then perhaps a little editing the time really flies.
From Snapshots to Great Shots
If you are interested in more than one lesson - perhaps you already know that you want to work on a number of different things, shooting techniques, composition, editing etc - then this programme of 8 hours tuition could be perfect for you. I usually recommend that you do between two to three hours at a time and then you go away with 'homework' and projects to work on. At the next lesson we look at your images, discuss what progress you've made and keep moving you along. Many people find this very motivating and they can make great improvements in their ability and confidence over the eight hours.
If you'd like extra support whilst working on this programme, why not join the Love Your Lens Academy and benefit from lots of VIP content, online Zoom sessions and image critique.
*You will get two months Academy membership for the price of one, commencing from the date of your first lesson. The usual Academy membership is £40 / month.
Eight hour programme
Eight hours of tuition will really develop your skills and build your confidence.
Eight hour programme with Academy Membership
In addition to the eight hours of tuition you will also get two months membership of the Academy (that's one month for free).