Is there anyone better placed to guide you through your photography than the current UK Contemporary & Traditional Portrait Photographer of the Year Damian the “BIG Dog” McGillicuddy
? I wouldn’t think so.
That’s probably one of the main reasons why our workshops sell out so quickly and the up-coming Mini Light Maximum Effect workshop at the end of November is no exception to that rule. This workshop is carefully designed and prepared for ANY photographer at ANY skill level, (from novice to pro), who wishes to learn the secrets of how to get the very best from their photography.
Hosted by the 5-times Master Photographer of the Year Damian McGillicuddy, each workshop will be interwoven with excellent tuition & free-shooting of a professional model. The event will take place at an appropriate & fabulous location and is a must for photographers with an appetite for improving their craft. These very "hands on" tutorials will give all attending delegates ample time to shoot and develop the skills and new techniques that will be imparted to them on the day. Delegates can choose from the following exciting topics:
- Mini Light, Maximum Effect – It’s time to liberate that light. Let the man whom the popular photographic press most often refer to as “The lighting wizard” show you how to get the most out of your humble speedlight, allowing you to create wonderful images with the minimum of kit.
At completion of any & all of the McGillicuddy workshops EVERY delegate will have gained masses of new knowledge and be armed to move their photography forward. Under the watchful eye and guidance of Damian ALL delegates will have practised their new shooting skills, creating portfolio quality imagery which they can take away and use on either their own blog, their website or their own brochures... ...straight away!
Why not visit our testimonials
section to read what delegates have previously said about training with Damian, or for details on all current Damian McGillicuddy Training events please visit the Workshops
section of our website.