Beginners Guide to Light Workshop
Dates - Anytime - please email using the contact page to find availability.
Location: The Old Post Office Training Studio, Tweedsmuir.
Time - 10am - 5pm
Maximum Delegates - 4 Included - Lunch - Refreshments - Course Notes - Model
Our Beginners Guide to Light Workshop is unique in the fact that each class has dedicated video course notes supplied. This is a really valuable tool for delegates to keep and learn from.
Price: £500 for a One 2 One Workshop
£600 for 2 - 4 Delegates sharing cost of workshop.Includes VAT @ 20%
What to Bring - Camera (if you wish) however this is designed as a 'learning' class. You will learn more from watching and absorbing than taking pictures! You are also welcome to bring along a maximum of 3 images for a lighting critique.
Suitable for - This workshop is especially designed for all levels of photographers but especially for those who have recently started to explore the use of studio flash, Speedlight's or natural light, or perhaps more experienced photographers who need to have a refresher course on the subject.
WHAT THE DELEGATES SAY......
"I attended Kenny's "The Ultimate Guide To Photographic Light" course last week and it has been one of the best photography courses I have been on. Kenny is not only a fantastic photographer but also a great teacher as he was able to explain his points extremely well and show us how to achieve amazing images. I came home buzzing from all the ideas he shared with us and I look forward to his next course down south. Thanks again Kenny! :)" Peter Paredes "
Amazing photographer to learn from. I attended his Ultimate Guide to Light training day and it was fantastic. Kenny's training is always top notch and I would recommend any photographer to make sure they go on his courses!! No matter what level you are at. Thanks Kenny!" Michelle Szpak
"Kenny just want to thank you and you're team again for the enthusiasm, knowledge and willingness to share information over these last two days training. Excellent creative and motivating ideas, now to take forward with my own photography. Thanks again". David