Learning Photography in the Evenings

02nd March 2012
Well, Spring is definitely springing this week! My garden is filling with green shoots and the crocuses are out now - a very welcoming sight and this means that we are also beginning to see lighter evenings too. It will not be long before we are re-setting our clocks.
This is always a pleasure for photographers, as we gain some extra time outside in available light. The dawn happens later, so those early starts are a little more sane, and the evenings last that bit longer. Our thoughts turn to backlighting, low-light, misty dawns and magical sunsets, elusive wildlife, warm colours and long shadows...

For Inspired Light Images, it means we can add evening photographic workshops to our schedule, allowing more available tuition time for budding photographers and for those of you who need to learn some more tips and techniques to improve your photographic skills.

Will and I are looking at the Summer schedule shortly, so expect to see some new photography workshops and, of course, plenty of evening opportunities for 1:1 photography tuition too!

We look forward to sharing it with you...

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Photo comment By Tracy Dorrington: My son is 15 and loves photography and is in process of creating his own nature portfolio. He would love to do a course. Is yours adult only ?

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