Covid-19 and our Safe Working Protocols

May 14, 2020
As we prepare to emerge from lockdown, once permitted, we have some guiding principles to once again offer safe photo training in the great outdoors. Adhere to government guidelines and advice Practice safe working for all Coronavirus has, and probably will, change the way we work for the foreseeable future. But, as people, we still need to be f...
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Surviving the Corona virus "Lockdown" and getting to know your patch.

April 20, 2020
We are lucky enough to have a garden at home and it has been our refuge during Corona virus lockdown! Not least because it is a safe place to work and shoot pictures. People often dismiss the places like gardens, parks and local walks. They are too familiar and surely somewhere you have to travel to is much more interesting - right? But it is th...
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I Tell Stories

March 30, 2020
David Hurcombe - Architect, Apex Architecture, Bath. The business image you choose to show to the world is unique. It is an image of you that looks like you but bears no resemblance to who you are in private life. It conveys business only messages to potential clients and employers alike. I believe you should therefore have taken some time to co...
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Continuous Development and Filling the Tank

January 16, 2020
Over the years of experience, and of course age, David has perfected his people watching skills to be able to spot a person going into overload from a mile off. He needs to. Teaching photography can, for some, be a daunting process. It’s not about being tech savvy either. You try teaching an "engineer" you be creative! The key issue of getting the...
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Hold Back the Night

November 07, 2019
The winter months needn’t be a dampener on your photographic endeavours – far from it – they offer some of the best, and most varied, shooting conditions of the year. All you really need to cash-in on this golden opportunity is a few simple techniques, some warm clothing and a positive mental attitude (PMA). Gear Tripod, cable release (or use the...
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