Our 'taster' workshop
Most months of the year we run small, intimate workshops which are completely free. We call them VIEWFINDERS as they help us get a view of what photographers are struggling with in their photography.
Just like the viewfinders in our cameras, these information-packed 2 hour workshops help both of us focus on things that are important.
You get a clearer view of your photography as we answer your questions and we get a clearer view of what issues are on photographers' minds right now.
We run Viewfinder workshops nearly every month for photographers we've never met before.
They are a great forum for photographers of all levels to discuss the hobby they are passionate about. (Max 10 people)
You may have problems that you'd like advice on, questions about cameras, lenses, composition, lighting and editing. We, in turn, get first-hand insights into what issues are really bugging photographers today. We use this information to regularly fine-tune our workshops and teaching programs.
Viewfinders are essentially round-table discussions with some collaborative brainstorming, and discussions focussed around key aspects of photography that you are keen to learn.
If you would like to submit up to a maximum of 3 of your own photographs (although not compulsory), please email them across at least a week before the session. If possible, one image you're really proud of... and two that have disappointed you. Each image will be reviewed, and friendly, constructive feedback and advice will be given.
Please note: we will contact you before the event to ask for a mobile number in case we need to call you last minute.
Sessions are led by Hampshire School of Photography's Founder and Director, Kevin Ahronson.
You can use this button to
email us your photos
Viewfinder workshops are held at Stockton House in Fleet, Hampshire,
All viewfinders are by appointment only and after you've registered using Eventbrite we will contact you by email.
To confirm your booking, we will ask for your mobile number - in order to check you're definitely attending.
We try to do this a day or so before the workshop.