Shropshire Photography Courses
The following websites offer a range of photography courses and workshops in the Shropshire area including:
Landscape photography courses
Wildlife & nature photography courses
Street photography courses in Telford & Shrewsbury
Learning the basics
Plus many more genres
From beginner photography courses through to the more experienced professional everyone is catered for. Places of interest to photograph include Badger Dingle Waterfall, Blackstone Nature Reserve, Lilleshall Abbey, Valle Crucis Abbey and Moreton Corbet Castle to name but a few!
If you're keen to get learning then you can also visit our tutorial pages here. There's a great selection of free videos available covering a range of genre and topics.
For 10 years award winning photogrpaher Claire Carter has been providing photography tuition both home and abroad. Claire runs popular bird of prey photography workshops in South Shropshire, where participants get to photograph captive birds in amazing settings. She also has other options such as botanical, macro, landscape and camera techniques for beginners or intermediate photographers. In addition she runs a classroom based workshop for people who are going to shoot the Northern Lights.
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. He teaches beginners and upwards about street, night and architecture photography.
Lindsey B Images
Shropshire, Birmingham, Scotland
New to photography and want some 1:1 time with clear instruction and tuition in a supportive environment?
A keen amateur who knows the basics well and want the chance to spend time focusing on improving your technique?
An experienced photographer who wants to capture images from one of the most picturesque areas in the UK?
My aim will be to help you enjoy learning your craft, with new locations and challenges whilst seeing much more of what Shropshire has to offer as well as having some fun along the way.