Here at Jen Mulberry photography I recognise the need to provide a high standard of training. The market for teaching photography is very competitive and I feel I can offer what most people are looking for to take their skills to the next level.
I've got years of wedding and portrait photography experience that I can pass on and I've met plenty of interesting problems along the way and managed to improve my own skills through overcoming them.
I would suggest booking training days in small groups or as one-to-one sessions if you're just starting out, this way I can tailor your training specifically to your level.
All courses are run by me and cover both the practical and theory sides of photography. Sometimes we'll go out to different locations to learn about natural lighting and how to take fabulous shots, and other times we'll talk about exposure, composition and understand what makes a great shot.
|Full Day||Half Day|
|9am — 10am||
We have a chat together to get an understanding of where you are within your photography and what your goals are. (Please remember that they must be achievable).
|10am — 11am||
We go through the main composition, light, and other considerations that you need to have to take that great shot.
|11am — 11.15am||Tea break|
|11.15am — 1pm||Practical session in the studio||Practical session|
|1.30pm — 3.30pm||Practical session outside|
|3.30pm — 4pm||Overview and questions|
Please remember to bring all your equipment, including tripods, cameras, lenses and anything else you can think of. Timings are approximate and depend on your level of knowledge and your goals for the training day.
Hot and cold refreshments are available throughout the day, but if you're coming for the full day session please bring your own lunch.