Shooting copenhagen

Business or Pleasure?

Choose Which Style of Photography Coaching or Workshop You Need

 

Here at Shooting Copenhagen we pride ourselves on helping others take better photos. It’s what we do!

With that said, no two Photography Workshops or Coaching Sessions are ever the same. We all carry different cameras, we all enjoy different styles of photography, we all learn at a different pace, and we all have a different experience.

That’s why we’ve broken down our training programmes into two separate categories: Business and Pleasure. Both will teach you the fundamentals when it comes to improving your photography and editing, but the style of training and goals are different.

So if you’re a company or organisation looking to improve the content you create and share to promote your name or brand, be sure to choose “It’s for Business” below.

But if you’re a member of the public who just enjoys photography and wants some expert advice, you’ll need to select “It’s for Pleasure”. And of course, if you’re not quite sure which one is right for you you’re always welcome to get in touch so we can assist you.

 

 

Ideal for companies and organisations of any size! You and your team will learn how to take better environmental portraits at work, as well as headshots of your employees, and how to create engaging images for social media.

Perfect for hobbyists and amateur enthusiasts! Our popular hands-on photography workshops are informal and relaxed. And it doesn’t matter if you’re a complete beginner or come with years of experience. We’ll find the right workshop for you.

Matthew James Harrison

Matthew James Harrison

Owner and Freelance Photojournalist

Whichever option you choose you’ll be in good hands. Freelance photojournalist Matthew has been teaching photography in Copenhagen since 2012 and has worked directly with CEOs, Editors, HR, Office Managers, and people from all walks of life.

Additionally, Matthew is a qualified Scuba Diving Instructor and has learnt to communicate non-verbally. His approach, therefore, is very visual, which increases memory retention rates amongst students.

still not sure?

Contact Us to Find Out Which Style of Training is Best for You