Private Photography Tuition Gift Vouchers
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In the meantime, you can buy gift vouchers here.
The cost of a 4 hour private photography tuition session gift voucher is shown below.
|Four or more participants:||£240|
The gift voucher is valid for 2 years from date of purchase.
Whatever the recipient wants! It's private tuition, designed around what they want and need. They tell me what they want to learn, and I'll do my very best to get them up to speed.
The private photography tuition I offer is based on a 4 hour session, and is usually along these lines...
1 to 2 hours spent running through the technical side of photography - apertures, ISO's, shutter speeds, exposure compensation, white balance, focusing modes etc. - followed by a walk about to try out techniques and put into practice what we've looked at indoors.
I normally provide the tuition at locations such as Hanningfield Reservoir near Billericay, RHS Hyde Hall near South Woodham Ferrers, Hylands Park in Chelmsford, Bedfords Park near Romford, and Weald Park in Brentwood. I'm happy to travel further afield, but this may incur additional travel expenses.
No. I have had customers as young as 11 benefiting from private tuition (I simply ask that children under the age of 16 be chaperoned), and would be happy for younger photographers to enjoy some tuition too. Younger photographers may be better with a couple of 2 hour sessions rather than a 4 hour one.
By far the easiest way is to use the form and Paypal payment method above, but you can also send me a cheque made payable to 'Daniel Bridge Photography', for the relevant amount, to the address shown on the Contact page. Please ensure you remember to tell me the recipient's name, this goes on the voucher.
Most sites that I use are accessible to some degree, but some are better than others in this respect. Hanningfield Reservoir has good surfaced paths and no gradients to speak of, so is best suited to those with more severe mobility issues.
Hylands Park also has good surfaced paths and few gradients, at least in the area near the house, so is also suited to those with mobility issues.
Bedfords Park and Weald Park are fine around the Visitor Centre, with some surfaced paths with shallow gradients, but there are fewer areas to explore before having to go onto unmade paths with uneven surfaces.
RHS Hyde Hall is on a hill, so requires the ability to get from the lower car park to the top of the garden. There are good surfaced paths, as well as a tarmac roadway, so mobility scooters are no problem, and there is a shuttle bus to the top of the garden if all you need is a help up the hill.
Send us your questions and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
"Daniel spent a long time explaining how best I could use my camera which has given me a much better knowledge of how my camera works." Margaret W.
"As well as having the knowledge and expertise, you are relaxed and don't make anyone feel flustered or afraid to ask." Liz W.
"What an enjoyable, interesting and informative day it was, I would not hesitate to recommend it to others." Christine A.
"The workshop was very informative and at a cost that any budding photographer can afford." Paul F.