1. to make photographs or negatives from a film;
2. to (cause something to) grow or change into a more advanced, larger, or stronger form.
It seems quite apt to begin with this definition. Both meanings have particular significance to me, not just because I am continually trying to develop my own photographic skills, but also because I enjoy helping others to develop their skills too. I love it when I see people making huge improvements in their photography by following some of my simple tips and tricks.
In recent years I have spoken to an increasing number of people who feel frustrated with their own photographs. This has ranged from people wanting to take better holiday snaps right through to small business owners who struggle to get their vision across in their final images. To ensure that I can assist each person to overcome their own unique photographic obstacles, I prefer to work with clients on a one-to-one basis or in small groups. By working in this way I can provide structured guidance and support, answer questions and dig deep to help my clients develop their own photographic style.
Whether you are looking to get the best possible photos out of your smartphone or want to learn how to use your expensive camera, keep scrolling to find out how we can work together to make that happen!
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger : Daft Punk
Designed for creatives, makers and content creators who want to learn how to use a smartphone to efficiently capture high-quality images to reinforce their business brand. The Flourish Framework is a self-guided online course which is suitable for beginners. Follow the link to find out more.
Personalised mentoring and one-to-one photography training which provides support and guidance tailored to your individual needs. From one-off sessions allowing you to focus on a specific aspect of photography through to monthly support packages designed to help you reach a desired goal.
I am currently refining the available package options so please contact me to find out more.