Let's go Pro!
Our SevenOaks Courses
All of our courses are designed with you in mind and tailored to what you want to learn. All you need to bring is a camera to practice with. If you don't have a DSLR, please let us know and we can provide one.
We all meet up and discuss what you want to get out of the course. This is a great time for us to find out more about you, your level of ability and what you want to learn so that we can ensure we cover it during the day.
We explain how to get the best out of your camera, including all the modes and functions you should be using. We then explore how shutterspeed, and aperture should be used to take great photos. By lunchtime you'll be shooting in full manual mode!
We have a quick bite of lunch at one of our local cafes in the area. Once we've finished lunch we'll give a practical introduction into types of software you can use to edit your photos to make them look amazing.
We explore the local area taking a variety of different styles of photos, explaining how best to capture each one along the way.
All courses last for 6 hours.
Lessons by the hour
Individual photography lessons by the hour. This teaching is designed fully around you and your schedule and offers the flexibility of evening tuition.
Every lesson is fully bespoke and we will teach any topic you require including offering our full 6 hour course broken down into 6 lessons.
All you need to do is tell us which aspect of photography you wish to practice and give us a location and we'll meet you there. We can also provide home tuition if desired.
Want to learn how to edit photos like a pro?
We can teach you how to use Adobe Lightroom from scratch with our Editing Masterclass. During the lesson we'll be working on your own photos.
Our Classes take 1.5 hours and cost £75.
You choose, we teach!
As part of our tailored courses we can add or remove any module you require from our standard course.
Standard Course (6 hour) modules:
Setting up the camera
Learning how to use auto and manual focus correctly
Shutter Priority mode
Aperture Priority mode
Full Manual mode and the exposure triangle
Framing and composition
Introduction to lighting, including natural and flash light
Introduction into editing software
Neutral Density (ND) filters, polarisers
Long Exposure and timelapse
Lightroom and Photoshop editing including enhancing and filters.
Portrait (models on request)
Photography at night (including star photography)
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography