Teachers, Journalists, Tech Firms and Scientists have all benefited from Shooting Copenhagen Photography Workshops.
The International Council for the Exploration of the Seas needed someone to show them the basics of photography at their Copenhagen offices
As the name suggests, ICES are a worldwide organisation who specialise in ocean science. Due to the global nature of their work, finding a professional photographer in each and every location they visit can be a time-consuming task. They were ready to take matters into their own hands.
I arrived at their offices in Copenhagen and this is where the first half of the workshop started out. Five members of the team joined me for an intensive morning of camera functions and settings, as well as composition and lighting tips.
After lunch, we made our way out to the harbour to put some of these ideas into practice, and the group literally got down and dirty on the ground. Which is not negotiable.
Later we returned to the offices to finish off with staff portrait techniques.
Now, those particular staff members are better equipped for taking stronger event photos and company headshots when they don’t have the time, nor budget, to hire a professional photographer.
The Odense-based digital tech firm hired me to show one of their employees, Kristina, how to improve her photo editing skills in Adobe Lightroom
Kristina was already more than familiar with her digital camera when I arrived at the company’s HQ in Odense, Denmark.
Although not officially the in-house photographer, her photography skills were quickly earning her that extra accolade at work, and she was taking more and more photos of employees, events and behind-the-scenes.
We spent half a day going through Adobe Lightroom together, and in between I gave her some additional photography advice whenever it came up during the session.
Copenhagen Language Center – one of the best-known language schools in the city – was one of my very first clients.
One-to-one tuition is extremely beneficial when it comes to covering more topics and focusing purely on your own skills and development. Maybe you’re a quick learner who picks things up easily, or maybe the concept of aperture vs shutter speed is a tad confusing. However you approach your learning techniques, my private workshops take place at your pace.
For example, maybe you want to learn how to get creative with your lighting and off-camera flash techniques, or maybe you want to take better portraits of family and friends. Got a thing for architecture? Copenhagen’s buildings are some of the best in the world; a mixture of modern and historic, so where better to learn how to take fantastic cityscapes?
Prices start at 1600 DKK for one person, and of course, there’s always a discount for people who come in pairs and groups. Contact me for more information or to make a booking.