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Textured surface

When I’m teaching new photographers, one of the things which seems to excite people most is the move from Auto to Aperture-Priority function, allowing the photographer to control the depth of field in their image.  In basic principle, it is … Continue reading

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A view across the valley

After the Easter weekend, I am heading out into the countryside of Oxfordshire to spend a few days teaching photography in the magnificent surroundings of Denman College.  We will spend some time taking photographs in that splendid setting, as well … Continue reading

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Photography course

From yesterday’s view through a piece of sculpture, to today’s rather grand view through gates!  We are looking out from the garden of Ham House in south London into the parkland beyond.  A few folk amble along the path outside, … Continue reading

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Autumn photography course

I am privileged to be running an autumn “Introduction to digital SLR photography” course at the National Trust’s magnificent Ham House and Gardens on 3 October this year.  A course I ran at the property back in the spring was … Continue reading

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Gates and gardens

I am lucky enough to teach photography in the splendid surroundings of Ham House, south-west of London (shameless plug: my next course is on 3rd October – just message me via my photography website if you are interested!).  Around the … Continue reading

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