The Photography Teacher Over 40 years experience behind the camera

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Join us on a Photowalk

If you fancy a couple of hours walking through a beautiful city, capturing the people, the architecture and the river, we’d love to have you join us.

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Avoid blurry photos Pt. 3

In part two we looked at image softness caused by shutter speeds that were too slow. Now we tackle burry photos caused by poor focusing techniques and how to ensure that the lens renders a sharp image.

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Avoid blurry photos Pt.2

So as a photographer, you have to ensure your shutter speed is appropriate for the situation you’re photographing.  Every moving subject can be captured mid-action by an appropriate shutter speed.  Any speed that isn’t man-enough for the job, one that is too slow… and there will be motion blur. 

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Learning on Real Photoshoots

5.30 in the morning is a tough call for a lot of people, but the rewards of that early morning light are well worth it.  Fleet Pond is the largest freahwater lake in Hampshire and it can be quite beautiful when the light strikes it right.  With mist rising from the water and with swans gathering all around us, it was gorgeous.  

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Focal Length – A Simple Explanation

I am constantly surprised by the number of photographer’s who come to me for private lessons who don’t really know the focal length of their lens.  Knowing the importance of different focal lengths and the impact they have of their images is really important.

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Photography Teacher’s Big News

Big news… Well big for me, and a little daunting (ok REALLY daunting). Having been teaching photography for the last nine years, it’s probably...

Professional photographer and teacher Kevin Ahronson
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Meet the Photography Teacher

For many years I had been reading monthly photography magazines.  They had been a tremendous source of learning and inspiration. But on this one particular day, something told me that things had changed.