This is where things get exciting. You've got some decent camera gear, you've got a good idea of how to use it, now all you need is someone to take you to the next level. Whether it's fine tuning your own unique style, working out the smaller details of light control and post-processing, or just going and exploring a killer location with a photographer who knows it inside-out, this is the fix for you.

What's involved?

These courses will run for between five days to a week, in small groups of no more than 5 other participants, and a minimum of three others. We'll be staying in decent accomodation, self-catering, and the trip will be based fully around photography. Whilst there is absolutely no compulsory element to any of our "outings" during the trip, there'll be something every morning and every evening, and in between tons of opportunity to ask questions, scout locations, look back through images and generally talk photography until our jaws hurt.

Where abouts?

For now, I'm in the process of scouting out all the relevant details for three countries:

1) Jordan. Petra, Wadi Rum, the Dead Sea, and the absolute host of archaeological sites Jordan has to offer.

2) Iceland. Geysirs, Waterfalls, Glaciers, Iceberg lagoons, Aurora Borealis. Honestly, Iceland is the bomb.

3) Tuscany. Based in the south of Tuscany, we'll be moving between Florence, Siena and the Val D'Orcia.

How much?

At this stage of planning, I can't give exact figures for each trip, but prices will be competitive. Somewhere in the region of £1,395 for a week's worth of expert tuition and stunning location guiding. You'll come back with images that you'll treasure for the rest of your lives, and new knowledge that you can put to good use.

What about the weather?

I can't control nature, but we can drive to somewhere where things might be a little less damp. We'll have a private hire vehicle so plenty of opportunity to move around and avoid as much bad weather as possible. If things are really bad, we can spend more time looking at post processing and digital workflow.

Sounds awesome - where/how do I book?

Use the contact form here to get in touch if you'd like to register interest for the future. I'll get back to you as soon as I am able, and when it comes to offering places when these workshop tours start to run, I'll pass the places out on a first-contacted, first served basis.