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Personal photography tuition and training directory

Digital photography training – UK and beyond

We’re building up this directory to help publicise pro photographers who also offer tuition and training.

Keith Cooper offers a limited number of personal photography tuition and training options in the UK East Midlands.

This is separate from Northlight’s commercial training courses provided for companies and corporate clients.

Our personal photography courses are based around Leicester, in the East Midlands, where we can provide one-to-one sessions at locations in the Leicestershire and Rutland area.

Topics include:
  • Architectural photography (Leicester city)
  • Understanding tilt and shift (Leicester city or in the county)
  • Elements of Landscape (Leicestershire – multiple locations available)

Lectures and talks for clubs

Every year Keith gives a number of talks and lectures to local (Midlands) camera clubs and societies.

More details on the Talks and Lectures page.

Add your business here

We’re keen to help professional photographers in other parts of the UK, who offer tuition as part of their business, develop this aspect of their business.

Directory listings are available to any working pro photographer – see the details in the box to the right.

Please note that Northlight Images does not update the listings – some people listed may have changed their business activities…
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Do you provide training?

If you are a professional photographer providing individual training, then please let us know. We’re looking to exchange links and build up this directory of training services.

Note – this listing is only available to working professional photographers who provide training as part of their business.

We’re asking for links back to our site – please tell us where, on your site, you’d like your own link to point and where you’ll be placing the link back to us (must be a followable link)

Listings are on a specific geographic basis (i.e. not ‘UK wide’) and will include no more than 2-3 links for any particular area.