Learn, Grow and Express yourself

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

Nelson Mandela

Is your photography moving forward and changing over time?


A great example is a comparison between two composers you might have heard of JS Bach and Beethoven. The last pieces of music they composed were very different in their appeal to their respective audiences. Bach was sometimes described as “the voice of God in human form” because of the sublime melody and counterpoint he wrote. Bach, was the greatest writer of organ fugue which by the time of his death in 1750 had gone out of fashion. In the four years following his demise, his publisher had sold less than 40 copies of his final masterwork on the art and composition of the fugue. Essentially a brilliant work but out of style and date with its potential audience.


Beethoven on the other hand, a completely deaf old man, his last four string quartets are still groundbreaking 200 years after his death. Music had not been known like this before in its daring progressions, modulations and discords. As a young man, Beethoven was influenced by Mozart among others, that influence quickly faded, allowing Beethoven to completely transform the art of music. This cannot be said of many composers. He found his own voice and did not follow the traditions of his predecessors, Mozart and Handel.


If you want your photography to be different or better then you have to decide to think and do things differently. No one is going to do your thinking for you. The only way your pictures will change is for you to add new information to your skills base. What was it that Einstien said, “don’t do the same and expect a different result”. The same input produces the same output.



Here some opportunities to change the way you think and do your photography differently or better
Street Photography Workshop In Bristol
28 September 2018
A few places left


  • Back by popular demand
  • Learn street photography from 2 masters
  • Learn to recognise the photographic moment
  • Max 10 Places
  • Fitness Level 1 of 3
The essential guide to taking moody industrial photos
Mon 12 – Fri 16 November 2018 
Rotterdam – The Netherlands 
  • Discover how to plan a successful photo shoot
  • Be in the right place at the right time
  • Photograph exciting industrial and modern architecture
  • Excellent for colour and mono photographers
  • Free copy of the ABC of CameraWork Manual worth £25
  • Great value for money + On-going email support
  • 6 Places
How To See Photographically
26 Nov – 2 Dec 2018
Andalusia – Southern Spain
2 Places
  • Discover your ability to see photographically
  • Suitable for Colour and Mono Photographers
  • Extra Free 1 day Introduction Workshop worth £99
  • Free copy of the Workshop Manual worth £25
  • Accommodation included – no single room supplement
  • Participant picture reviews
  • Only 4 participants with 121 tuition
  • Fitness level 1 of 3
  • On-going email support after the workshop
  • Excellent value for money

“The mystery isn’t in the technique, it’s in each of us.”

Harry Callahan

What You Need To Do Next Is – Photography Workshop
7 – 11 December 2018
3 places
Hartland Quay – North Devon 
  • Discover new directions for your photography
  • Dramatic Hartland Quay – North Devon
  • 4 nights B&B at the Hartland Quay Hotel
  • A free copy of The ABC of CameraWork Manual worth £25
  • Great for both colour & mono workers
  • 4 Places for individual guidance
  • Fitness level 1 of 3
The Art of Photographic Composition Workshop
St Davids – Pembrokeshire
Mon 4 – 8 February 2019
  • Open a door to expressive seeing and composition
  • Excellent for both colour and mono photographers
  • A move towards cleaner, simpler pictures will aid photographers of all abilities
  • Extra Free 1-day Introduction to Composition Workshop Worth £99
  • Free copy of the ABC of CameraWork Manual worth £25
  • Great value for money – B&B Included for 4 nights
  • On-going email support
  • 4 Places
  • Fitness 1 of 3