Photography Courses

Throughout the year I organise regular photography training courses. These came about as a response to many requests for me to create a course that teaches camera settings and techniques.

Photography Courses

Each course cuts through the jargon and is hands-on, with the opportunity to learn and practice during a walking tour of Loch Lomond.

The 2.5 hour walking tour is the most popular course, but I have also ran courses for business owners and 1 to 1 sessions with aspiring pros.

Learn Photography in Loch Lomond

The courses take place usually once per season in Spring, Summer and Autumn. They are held in Balmaha, Loch Lomond a perfect location with many views and scenes to practice photographing.

Course Content

Back to the requests that were to inspire the creation of the course, the one thing that people wanted to understand (in plain English) are their camera settings. We all know that the jargon and terminology used in the manuals that accompany new cameras, isn’t very user friendly.

The courses explain when and how to use different settings and demonstrate how easy it is to take control of a camera to take better photographs.

After around an hour or so participants know how to use their camera in manual mode and are much more at ease taking photographs. The course is not just about dials and settings, it covers compositions and techniques to develop photography.

Learn photography?

To find out dates of forthcoming training courses, read FAQ’s and testimonials check out the link below to our See Loch Lomond website. You can purchase tickets on that site. If you have any questions, or want any help with photography please get in touch, I’ll be happy to help.

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About

Paul Saunders is a Wedding Photographer, Family Portrait Photographer & Commercial Photographer, he also runs regular Photography Training Courses. Based in Loch Lomond he works throughout Scotland. For more information please contact Paul on 01360 661029

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