NATURAL FOCUS INTERACTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL
Now fully upgraded and updated with an additional 2 hours of video teaching - the ‘landscape’ area has been dramatically expanded and new areas have been added to the birds, mammals and creative sections.
- Over 40 years experience
- Photographer/author of 18 books
- Natural enthusiast and communicator
- A passion for creative aspects of photography
- Popular lecturer and teacher
- Over 1,000 images, screens and illustrations to give you ideas. inspiration and illustrate techniques.
- Created to be suitable for all levels of photography.
The tutorial is in 13 parts.
A DVD arrives each month in the post
The final boxed tutorial arrives as part 13
Subscribe now and get part 2 completely free with part 1
Only £6.80 per month for 12 months!
If you would prefer the full version straight off, purchase it here for a reduced one-off payment of £68.
SUITABLE FOR BOTH WINDOWS AND MAC
Above is a small selection of the 1,000 different screens that you can enjoy interacting with you, won't be disappointed!
Even though I say it myself, it’s a brilliant tutorial. It’s well worth trying even if you only buy the first couple of parts.
Subscribers say :-
I received my DVD on Friday, and am very impressed, with what I have seen so far, especially with your style of explaining things so simply.You have enthused me so much, that I feel that I cannot wait for the full set to be delivered over the next year, so would it be possible for me to purchase all of the remaining Parts immediately, please? Doug
It seems every time I look at the DVD I find something I missed before! It is very informative, particularly on composition and fun to do as it is interactive, and am eagerly looking forward to the next bit. Elizabeth W.
It is the best way of teaching photography I’ve ever seen! Wonderful! I have subscribed to the rest – I should have done sooner but I just didn’t get around to it!! Richard L.
I have gone through and learnt from the 12 CDs as they came through the post. In this morning’s post was, I believe the last CD came entitled Natural Focus Interactive Photography Tutorial. I have only had time for a very quick run through but I am immensely impressed with all the extra ideas and opinions expressed. I will be going through it in detail in the next few days.
I felt however, that I should write to thank you such an outstanding piece of learning ,material which I will be using in a huge amount in the future. Already my images of animals and birds have improved substantially!
So thanks again for the material which I value highly. Peter Fortune
I REALY enjoyed your tutorial – and so did my wife who is also a member of the Camera Club. Steve M.
Your DVD is great!! One of the things I think is very good is by clicking on the lenses you can see diagrammatically the different areas covered and then it’s also shown by photographs – it’s that sort of thing that helps it stick in your mind. Priscilla D
I love taking pictures with a passion but I seem to be lacking in some vital areas. You have given me hope! You have demonstrated all that I am looking for and more. You are truly inspirational. Thank you for the beauty you bring to the world not only in talent but in spirit. Ann H
It is in such a user friendly format that my wife is beginning to understand what I have been trying to tell her for years re apertures and focal lengths, depth of field etc. Barry S
My uncle said that it is the best photography tutorial he has ever seen, so I am subscribing. Pat W.
Just a quick note to say Thank you for the quick delivery and great DVD. It`s great fun and I find it very useful and inspirational. Desi W.
I am really enjoying your tutorials, and look forward to each months instalment. Jean M.
“It does exactly what it says on the cover, taking you through the technical basics and the ins and outs of equipment, but also focusing heavily on the creative aspects of wildlife photography.” Bird Watching Magazine
I was most impressed with the visuals and your simple explanations. The session on the effects of the lenses (telephoto vs. wide angle) was impressive. I have never seen it explained so clearly and the example photo’s really help demonstrate the impact. I also loved the lesson on “making a studio” with the toad. Wow! It really inspired me……maybe I can do this kind of stuff too. Mary A