Gift Vouchers for beginner's or advanced photography Lessons Galway
The perfect gift for someone looking to improve their camera skills with a beginners photography course - offer expires Friday 23rd Nov at midnight - order details available here
Gift vouchers are available for either full day beginner's photography workshops or private one 2 one photography lessons (beginners or advanced) in Galway. Each voucher is printed on matt finished paper and can be customised with name and/or price included on the voucher. Each voucher is sealed in a black envelope & posted to you. All vouchers are valid for 12 months and each photography lesson or workshop can be scheduled at a time that suits the attendee. Gift vouchers can be ordered online using the link below. The full day workshop course vouchers are €120 & the private one 2 one lessons for both beginners or advanced levels are €240 for 4 hours. Payment options include paypal, bank transfer, cheque or cash.
I run 1 - 2 beginners photography workshops per month, all year round. There is always an upcoming workshop date(s) available on my website and attendees who hold a valid voucher are welcome to choose whichever workshop suits their schedule. All camera types are welcome from DSLR cameras to mirrorless/bridge cameras and point and shoot cameras. if an attendee does not yet own a camera, I have spare cameras available for the attendee to use on the day. Workshops always take place on a Saturday in Galway.
For full details including pricing on both the private photography lessons and the one day photography workshops, check out the learning centre. Workshops are run on a monthly basis in Oughterard, Co. Galway and the private lessons can be scheduled anytime. Feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com or call me on 087 2295675 for further details.
Attendee feedback from a workshop
I attended Gerard Conneely's Photography workshop on Saturday last. Gerard is an excellent photographer, there is no doubt about that, but he takes the mystery out of apertures, shutter speeds, ISO, lighting, how they all interact, and how to achieve that perfect photo, whether it be a still or in motion. Gerard explained everything in great detail, fielded random questions, and left no question unanswered. What I liked as well was that every question/answer was supported with actually showing you, on your camera, not his camera, which really helped in the understanding process, 100& recommendation...
Ronan O'Ceallaigh - December 2017 Workshop - review via google +