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Last-minute places on wedding photography course!

Are you hoping to carve a career out for yourself as a wedding photographer? Or, are you relying on a member of your family to take your big day photos?

 

Either way, there’s a wonderful opportunity for you this weekend.

 

My photographer friend Jeff Turnbull (www.jeffturnbull.com) over at Excel Photography Training (www.excelphotographytraining.co.uk) has availability on his wedding photography course in Essex this weekend!

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You – or your nominated photographer friend or relative – can attend the two-day course on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14 for just £195, a saving of £130. You can go along just for the Saturday for £125, saving you £70 on the usual price.
Even better, if you’ve attended the course before, you can have a special Refresher Course price of on £95 for the Saturday and £150 for attending Saturday and Sunday. Details of the course are here… http://www.excelphotographytraining.co.uk/wedding-photography-workshop-in-essex/

Learning to take the best honeymoon photographs

I love photos. I’m the type who takes photos of the bathroom when I go on holiday, just to capture every last snippet of a trip. But sometimes, it can be disappointing when you’ve visited the most stunning of locations and yet the photos you take simply don’t represent what’s before your eyes. So, when Jeff Turnbull of Excel Photography Training (www.excelphotographytraining.com) invited me along to his one-day introduction to digital photography workshop, I leapt at the chance.

 

Armed with my Panasonic Lumix TZ27 digital camera, I headed off for the Saturday morning class in Braintree, Essex. The others on the course all had much larger cameras which made me feel a bit foolish at first, but it turned out my smaller version could do everything theirs could – and more.

 

Wrong settings on my camera meant I failed to capture the stunning nighttime harbour scene on honeymoon

Wrong settings on my camera meant I failed to capture the stunning nighttime harbour scene on honeymoon

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