About the photography tuition with Philip Dunn
Philip Dunn reveals the secrets of top professional photography
About your photography course or workshop with Philip Dunn
Before you sign up for any sort of photography tuition it’s essential to know who will be teaching you. Does your tutor have the vitally important experience or actually doing the job in the real world? And does he or she have the ability to teach? Just what are you getting for your money? Okay, so let’s tell you more about your photography course or workshop with Philip Dunn…
Philip Dunn will reveal the secrets of great professional photography to all
COMMENT… “I’ve learned more from you over the two days than I did in the previous four years of reading photography books and manuals.”
Said Peter Ranscome, The Scotsman Newspaper
Learn from the experience of a true professional
You will be learning with Philip Dunn, a professional photographer with over 40 years experience. He’s worked for almost all the top newspapers and magazines in Britain, and countless more overseas. Philip has travelled the world on assignments and won many awards for his work.
Where do the courses and workshops happen?
From Philip’s home near Shrewsbury it is just a short drive to the fabulous Shropshire Hills. It’s also near the beautiful historic towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow, where his students can revel in the joys of street and architectural photography.It’s all here on the doorstep.
One-to-One tuition of a photo workshop?
There’s a lot to be said for both. If you prefer to have company and share with other photographers, then try a Workshop first. They are certainly a lot of fun. If you are really serious about wanting to learn quickly and at your own individual pace, then tailor-made one-to-one tuition might be best.
WHAT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS SAY
“First rate instruction from a man with obvious passion for photography aligned to expert skills from a lifetime at the top of his profession, matched by an ability to get across complex concepts in a way all students can follow.” Margaret Ponsonby