Are you frustrated with your photos and feel like you just don’t have a clue what to do with your camera?

  • You’re stuck on automatic and you know you’re not making the most of your camera
  • You feel like your camera has too many buttons and you don’t know where to start
  • You’ve tried to photograph your kids but they move so fast, they end up looking like they have two heads
  • You want the photos with the blurry backgrounds
  • You know you have a good camera but you use your phone because it’s easier
  • You think there’s so much jargon and you can’t make sense of it

If so, this photography workshop is for you

I help people in Angus, Dundee and Perth just like you get to grips with their cameras and I’d love to help you overcome your challenges with your photography.

I know that you want to put your camera to good use and be able to take photos that you’ll be so proud to put up on your living room wall. Your kids having fun without a care in the world. Your dogs running around on the beach. The flowers in your garden that you’ve worked so hard to grow looking oh so pretty. The amazing places that you go on holiday.

You want more than just mobile phone snaps and I know you can do it, too! I’ve had so many people tell me that they don’t want to do “arty-farty” photos of flowers or think that it’s not possible with their camera. Often they’ll ask advice on another lens to use because they don’t think their lens is good enough but I’m a firm believer in learning what the lens is capable of first before buying a new one.

And I can tell you, every single time my clients go away full of enthusiasm for their photography and many in search of the nearest flower!

“Excellent tuition. I bought a new camera with lots of settings and functions that I had absolutely no idea how to use. I had become reliant on using ‘auto’ for my photos but knew I was not achieving optimal performance and testing the camera’s full capabilities. After Anne’s help, I will no longer have the auto function on again. I can now look forward to having fun with my camera. Thank you so much.”Kelly Meighan

Find out more about my photography workshops

When you learn to use the manual mode on your camera that truly is when the magic and the lightbulb moments happen. I’d love to help you take your photography to the next level and break down the jargon for you.

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“The beginners lesson was so helpful and I now feel more confident in using manual mode on my camera. Anne was able to really help me put everything into practical use during the lesson. Anne showed me how to use certain camera features to gain particular photos I was looking to shoot (for example: portrait shots with blurred background, working with movement, and working in natural light). I would definitely recommend Anne.”Jennifer Hamilton

Do you want to take photos like these?

Here are a few photos my clients have sent me. Yes, you too, can learn how to take photos just like these!

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“Anne is a very friendly person who made the whole learning experience enjoyable. She explained things well and answered all of the questions I had. She showed me quite a few things about my camera which I didn’t realise and they have made a big difference to my photography. I have had a boost of confidence to just get out there and click away.”Kirsty Watson