Private Tuition

PRICING

Private Tuition

Per Hour : £15

Half Day:

9am to 1pm

£50

All Day :

9am to 5pm

£85

 

2 persons

40% off above pricing.

Special Rates For Groups

Of 3 - 4 Persons

 

 

Payments for Tuition or Downloads can be made using a Pay Pal account to hargrave.p@btinternet.com or cheque payable to Paul Hargrave. Cash by arrangement.

 

Questions And Answers

 

When do you run your courses?

Mainly On Saturdays and Sundays, but any day you prefer with 28 days notice

How long does the tuition last?

Per Hour, 1/2 day and upwards - any period of time you prefer.

How many people do you teach at a time?

Tuition is for 1-4 people only.

Is there an age limit?

No. Young or old, photography is bound only by your creativity.

I only have a small compact camera - is that a problem?

No !! I will be only too happy to get the best out of your camera, having simple equipment will not stop you taking great photographs.

Do I need transport ?

No, Transport is provided.

Can I choose the sort of places we'll be going to?

Yes. Tell me about your photography interests and what you would like to learn and where.

Can I tell you what I want to concentrate on ?

Yes of course, technique, composition, technical and lighting, anything !!

Will I get feedback on my work at a later date ?

Yes, I keep in contact with all of my students, attached an image to an `e`mail and I will critique it for you.

 

If the weather is poor what happens ?

You will be able to cancel and arrange another time and date if you wish.

Great Links

 

Imagekind.com

A great gallery and community for Artists and Photographers

deviantart.com

Where Photographers show their abilities

thephotographersgallery.org.uk

The epicentre for contemporary and creative photography

 

 

Top Tip

When photographing landscapes it really helps to create a sense of depth, in other words, make the viewer feel like they are there. Use a wide-angle lens for a panoramic view and a small aperture of f/16 or smaller to keep the foreground and background sharp. Placing an object or person in the foreground helps give a sense of scale and emphasizes how far away the distance is. Use a tripod if possible, as a small aperture usually requires a slower shutter speed.

 

 

Tuition Includes

  • Topic(s) of your choice
  • Written notes of what we will cover
  • Pre course preparation notes
  • Ongoing critiques of your work
  • Special offers on future lessons
  • Personal and undivided attention !!

Group Events

Get together with like minded individuals.

You will be given the choice of contacting other pupils (if permission obtained) to arrange informal outings for your photography.

These will be arranged by the participants themselves and no fee`s are payable.

 

Enjoy your hobby to the full !

Enquiries

Please contact me regarding availability by the following means :

hargrave.p@btinternet.com

Mob : 07951022496

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright Notice

 

 

All photographs and text on this website are copyrighted by myself.

 

It is prohibited to copy any image without my express permission for any commercial or non commercial use.