A location-based photography class is a course where you will learn and practice photography techniques on locations. It provides an opportunity to capture stunning images in different settings, such as urban landscapes, nature, architecture, and more. This is done via group classes or more private one 2 ones.

In the class, you will learn all the aspects of the chosen class in detail. The class is theoretical and practical so you get to shoot images. 

No prior experience is required. This class is suitable for beginners as well as intermediate photographers who want to enhance their skills.

It is recommended to bring a digital camera (DSLR, mirrorless, or advanced compact camera) with manual settings. Additionally, a tripod, extra batteries, memory cards, and a laptop for post-processing may be useful, course dependant. However, these are not mandatory, and you can participate with any camera you have available.

Course location details are normally sent via email when you book the course. The location will be easily accessible via public transport and we try to accommodate drivers with parking. This is always dependent on the city and we have no control over parking restrictions etc.

Yes, you can use a smartphone for the class. While a dedicated camera may offer more control and options, smartphones nowadays have advanced cameras capable of capturing high-quality images. The principles and techniques taught in the class can be applied to both smartphone and dedicated camera photography. We also have dedicated smartphone photography and video courses which may better suit your needs.

Our courses are designed so you make the most of the chosen subject and walk away feeling confident you learnt something. For this reason we do not offer post processing on courses unless it is an editing course. 

Yes, feedback is an integral part of the learning process. In most classes, instructors and fellow participants provide constructive feedback on the images captured during the outings. This feedback helps you improve your skills and gain different perspectives on your work.

Yes, location-based photography classes often encourage group discussions and provide opportunities for networking. You can connect with other photography enthusiasts, share ideas, exchange experiences, and create a supportive community of like-minded individuals.

We encourage minors to enrol on our junior courses which are more suited towards young learners. Anyone aged 16-18 can join adult courses but must be accompanied by an adult throughout the course without charge. 

No prior experience is required for many photography training courses. They are designed to cater to individuals with various skill levels, from beginners to more advanced photographers. The courses often start with the basics and gradually progress to more advanced topics.

To find photography training courses near you simply use the courses in my city and all the courses with dates will be filtered. We tend to cover most courses in most cities. 

Currently we will offer landscape photography group sessions in Glencoe by world renowned photographers, and London city scapes. These courses will be limited and season dependent and usually sell within 24 hours so we recommend you book as soon as you receive our newsletter. (you need to sign up to receive news and offers) We are also working on special group photography sessions in other countries such as Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Sweden and Norway. Feel free to register your interest via email. 

All of our tutors have been hand selected due to thier unique qualities and skillset and having the right photography tutors can make a significant difference in developing one’s skills and artistic vision. A knowledgeable and experienced tutor can provide valuable guidance, technical expertise, and industry insights. They can help beginners understand the fundamentals of photography, such as composition, lighting, and camera settings, while also assisting more advanced photographers in refining their techniques and exploring new creative avenues. The right tutors inspire and challenge their students, pushing them to think outside the box and take their photography to the next level. They provide constructive feedback, encouraging experimentation and improvement. Moreover, they can share their own experiences, portfolio, and professional networks, opening doors to opportunities and helping aspiring photographers navigate the industry. With the right photography tutors, individuals can unlock their full potential, hone their craft, and embark on a rewarding journey of visual storytelling.