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For those of you who prefer to work alone Geoff offers exclusive one-to-one tuition. These days are designed to suit the discerning photographer wanting to make the most of the unique photographic opportunities that the Peak District National Park presents. No matter what your ability Geoff will take you on location, help you set-up and compose photographs which have impact and stand out from the crowd. Advise on topics such as how to determine correct exposure using both in-camera and handheld meter, which metering pattern to use in difficult lighting situations; using digital blending techniques and filters for landscapes, selecting and controlling depth-of-field. Digital workflow is a topic fraught with pitfalls all will be explained in detail. Geoff will also provide a personal critique of any photographs you bring along.
An outstanding naturalist Geoff's unsurpassed knowledge of the Peak District's wildlife and locations will ensure that photographic opportunities abound. His demeanour and experience allow for an inspiring interaction which ensures that one-to-one tuition will be pitched at your ability, so whether you an absolute beginner or a more experienced photographer you will learn an incredible amount by being accompanied by Geoff. Individual tuition will fast track your creative skills and will ensure that you learn new ways of capturing outstanding images in a way you never thought possible.







One-to-One Tuition 250.00 per day
One-to-Two Tuition 300.00 per day
Field Notes (if required) Printed field notes summary will enable you to refer back to what you have leant.
For a detailed itinerary Please email or call us.
Gift Certificates Make an ideal present.
Insurance Not included - though highly recommended.
Accommodation Not included - though we can recommend a number of excellent B&B's or hotels.
Outside the Peak District National Park Geoff is willing to travel outside the region ~ though mileage and if required accommodation will charged.
To reserve your place Please complete the booking form click here

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Steve Gilbert, Consett, Co. Durham

"Thanks for a great time in The Peak District. I learned a huge amount in such a short time and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.  It was a real treat to tap into your experience and observe how a professional photographer handles the complex art of taking beautiful photographs. Although I have still much to learn, I now have a much more disciplined approach to composition, use of light and, most of all, preparation, selection and operation of my equipment.  Since my one-to-one tuition in July 2006, I have had a wildlife photograph published in a magazine (AP) and two landscape photographs shown on local TV (BBC Look North). Thanks again for a great day, and I will be back!"




Kate Haslam, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

"I've attended numerous photographic workshops over a number of years and without doubt Geoff's ability to teach and install confidence is clearly second to none. They say time flies by when you are having fun. And my day started early at 5.00 a.m. to be precise, great locations and wonderful company. I have thoroughly enjoyed this one-to-one workshop. Thank you Geoff for a really enjoyable day, your time and advice..."



Anne & Jonathan Keaton, Thirsk, North Yorkshire

"A splendid workshop in so many respects. The workshop was ably handled by Geoff and we have learnt a great deal. Geoff's knowledge of photography combined with his intimate knowledge of the area ensured that we saw the best of both the White and Dark Peak regions from the most exciting aspects. We certainly intend to make another day with you soon."



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