Photography Training for all
Do you have a passion for photography but have an area that you want to improve on? Would you like to learn how to photograph your horse or dog? Do you want to dip your toe into event photography? Are you happy taking photos but unsure how to edit them afterwards? Is Lightroom a source of confusion? Do you want to improve your Photoshop skills?
Katie offers bespoke 1-2-1 training programs for all levels so you can concentrate on the areas you want to work on. Katie prides herself on being able to break down skills into easy to understand sections, so allowing even beginners to make great strides into improving their abilities. She is a strong believer that people learn best through action therefore all her sessions are very practical and often out on location.
In addition to 1-2-1 sessions Katie also runs group sessions where content is tailored towards those attending.
Group Training & Workshops
In 2021 I will be offering a number of group workshops. The intended subjects will be:
A day with multiple models ridden, in-hand and au-natural. Designed to replicate a normal portrait session so to enhance your portfolio with realistic client images. 1 day – Suitable for photographers with bridge cameras and up who are confident in their operation. This is not designed as an educational workshop although I will offer guidance and assistance as appropriate throughout the day.
Creating Black Background Portraits utilising natural light. To include live models & editing advice in class sessions. 1 day – Suitable for photographers with DSLRs or equivalent capable of manual exposure.
Photographing Horses – A beginners guide. Aimed at proficient photographers lacking experience of horses. Covering movement of the horse, safety and basic portrait concepts for horses. Suitable for photographers with bridge cameras and up who are confident in their operation. Workshop will focus on photographing horses rather than camera operations.
My online training portal -(click to access) has now been launched with my first training course, more courses are in the pipeline so please check back soon.
- Photographing horses with studio lighting to produce black background low key portraits
- Coming Soon – A beginners guide to Lightroom
1 – 2 – 1 Training & Mentoring
Most of my training sessions run on a 1-2-1 basis which allows the student to get the most benefit from the sessions as possible. These sessions are completely bespoke and constructed following details conversations with the client in advance of the day.
In person training costs include access to suitable models (equine, canine or otherwise) and locations as required. Full day training sessions also include lunch.
If you would like to discuss a training programme please contact me.
Base prices for in person training (although subject to amendment depending on photography type and required locations/models)
1 hour £150
4 hours £450
6 hours £600
Training can also be booked in blocks of five 2 hour sessions for those sufficiently local. Totalling 10 hours of training for £750.
I also offer mentoring normally by way of Zoom video calls which allow for interactive discussions. Prices start at £100 for a one hour call with discounts available for regular weekly, monthly or quarterly calls.
“Katie is so patient as a teacher and willing to answer even the silliest simple questions. I learnt so much from our private session and can’t wait to book the next.” Sandra
“I spent a whole day training with Katie on a 1-2-1 basis. Being able to experiment with several different equine models has been invaluable. The added critical feedback on my own images taken on the day has seen a vast improvement in my work in a short time. I can honestly recommend the investment in her private sessions.” Jason
Interested in a training session?
Drop me a message and we can discuss how I can help develop your photography skills (pun intended!!). I always reply where I can, within 48 hours of your email. So if you haven’t heard from me please check your junk folder, and if needed message me again.
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