You get a course voucher that lasts for 12 months and an information sheet explaining about all courses and what is required.
How to book
If you have been given a voucher for one of my photography courses then please email or visit my web site or Facebook Page for information on the dates that my courses are running and to book yourself in. If you have a 1-1 voucher then these can be taken on any date, all you need to do is decide what times you would like to come and email me to book in those dates, subject to availability.
Most of the photographic courses are run from 9am to 1pm. All of the courses are usually outdoors and are therefore weather dependent, so one or two days before I will email you with updated information on where and when we should meet.
What to bring and wear
When you're coming on any of the courses you need to be suitably equipped for the day ahead. It normally includes staying out for the duration in whatever the weather throws at us. So as this is the Lake District, good waterproofs, walking boots and a packed lunch with a warm drink are advisable.
With the entry-level stills photography courses the equipment does vary but normally most students would have a digital camera (the one that you normally use) with charged batteries, space on your memory cards (spares of both of these are good) a tripod if you have one, and also any filters that you currently have. It’s not essential to have all the equipment that is covered in the course, it’s often quite useful to learn about it before heading out to the shops. If people don’t have equipment on the course I will often try and make sure you get the chance to use some of the kit we have available.