Landscape Photography Private Tuition
Northumberland, Lake District or Tyne & Wear Photography Tuition
Learn how to unlock your creative potential and capture breathtaking landscape photographs under the guidance of Jason Friend, an award-winning landscape photographer.
Based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England, Jason has been a professional landscape photographer for nearly 20 years, delivering photography workshops and training throughout his career.
National Geographic, British Airways, Microsoft, Hasselblad and Rough Guides are just a few of the high-profile clients Jason has worked with, so you can be assured that your tuition will be managed by a highly-experienced and talented professional with a passion for capturing nature at its best.
The landscape photography tuition Jason offers are designed to teach not only the technical aspects of landscape photography, but to offer valuable insight into the creative process of image capture, including how to develop your compositional eye and how to use light effectively.
Photography is more than just a job or a hobby – it is an opportunity to inspire. By sharing this philosophy with others, Jason aims to encourage budding photographers to produce stunning, insightful landscape images that truly capture the magnificence of the world around us.
Whether you’re a beginner wanting to get acquainted with your camera or a seasoned photographer looking to sharpen your skill set, photography tuition is a fun, hands-on approach to learning and exploring your photography. Available for individuals or pairs, private tuition is customised according to your needs and experience.
Best of all, you get to be in control. Available in 4, 6 or 8 hour sessions, you can choose the length of your tuition, and where to go! City or rural, coast or uplands – you decide. If you’d rather the expert make the decisions, Jason will base your tuition in stunning locations across Northumberland, Cumbria and Tyne & Wear.
Prices include all travel costs, and Jason can also supply a camera and tripod at no extra cost if you are simply starting photography as a hobby.
Photography tuition goes far beyond enhancing your technical and creative ability – it instils camera confidence. You will be amazed at the difference one day can make!
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Private tuition for groups is also available – please contact the team for further information.
Photography Tuition Gift Vouchers
Give the photographer in your life the gift of private photography tuition with award-winning landscape photographer Jason Friend on a ‘one-on-one’ private landscape photography tuition. They will learn new skills and develop their compositional eye under the guidance of an award winning landscape photographer.
Private photography tuition is a flexible approach to learning and exploring your photography. Based around a four, six or eight hour day, they can actually choose the locations that they want to visit and photograph or leave the decision making to Jason, and let him offer them private tuition in some of the best scenery to be found in the counties of Cumbria, Northumberland, Scottish Borders and Tyne & Wear. City or rural, coast or uplands – They decide!
The gift voucher will be sent via Royal Mail post (delivery included) and will also include a greeting card and envelope making this the perfect gift.
Northumberland Landscape Photography Tuition
Northumberland is not only the northernmost county to be found within England but also the least populated. The ‘land of the far horizons’ offers some of the most picturesque scenery to be found throughout the British Isles.
Lake District Landscape Photography Tuition
Cumbria is simply a landscape photographer’s paradise. Not only can it lay claim to the deepest and largest lakes as well as the highest peaks to be found in the country, it is also home to perhaps the most famous of all of the English National Parks – The Lake District.
Tyne & Wear Landscape Photography Tuition
Tyne and Wear is a region where the past, present and future combine to form an eclectic melting pot in the north east of England.