Newsletter Photography Course

Newsletter Photography Course - TBA

The Pictures for Publication Course is like a mini Press Photography Course.
It is aimed at individuals and organisations who would like take creative and exciting portraits, group shots, or news pictures suitable for use in magazines, newspapers, newsletters, online resources, intranet’s or radio station websites.

It also makes a great photography team building day with positive and practical benefits where your staff can learn to take better photographs to support your organisation.

The Newsletter Photography Course can be run as a 121 or 221 over single day or as a small group course, of up to 8 students, over two days. Day one is based on the Beginners Photography Course followed by the press or newsletter photography over day two.

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During this Newsletter Photography Course you will learn how to:

  • Understand the settings & menus of your digital camera
  • How to arrange a photo shoot picture request
  • How to organise and use props for more interesting photographs
  • Compose a group picture suitable for publication
  • Compose a portrait picture suitable for publication
  • How to write concise and informative captions
  • How to submit a picture for publication
  • On Site Live News Practical Photography Session (EXTRA)

I was reluctant to do the beginners course, but extremely glad that I did. Even after taking photos for a lot of years it helped me to know the fundamentals and build on then. Getting off the ‘auto setting’ was crucial and gave control. The beginners course was the best money that I ever invested in photography. Jim Tyson.

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This course was particularly good with regards to understanding the exposure triangle and I found this invaluable. It’s quite an intensive course but I feel a lot happier finding my way around the various camera settings. Now to start saving up for the next one.
Karen Collinson

I thoroughly enjoyed this course. Everything I wanted to know about the more advanced techniques was covered. I’m really looking forward to going out and trying what I’ve learnt, especially regarding shutter speeds combined with aperture settings.
Margaret Rose