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Monday, 31 December 2012

Friday 4th Jan 2013  — Double Whammy

Did you get a new camera for Christmas?  Want to know how to use it to produce astonishing images!?

One Day Wonder™ — 10am-4pm, £45
Extreme photography day for ages 8+

One Night Stand™ — 8pm-11pm, £50
Light Painting for teens and adults.

Saturday, 8 December 2012

One Night Stand™: the big night out

Here's a few examples of what we got up to last week on our big night out.  It was only 6°C (!) but there was not a breath of wind so it felt absolutely balmy.  Consequently, we shelved the plan to go underground and made the most of the fabulous moonlight.  A good time was had by all.

Monday, 19 November 2012

Adults and Teens Evening

Fri, 30 November, 20:00 – 23:00

We call it the 'One Night Stand™' — an expedition into the dark-art that is Light Painting.

This time we're breaking out of the Studio and going underground!  If the weather permits, we'll also hit the beach for some fiery action as seen above.

Bring a camera if you have one*, wellies and a torch.  Dress code: WARM!
* we can provide a suitable camera.

Adults and teens only.  £50

Sign up online, now!  Places very limited.

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Photo School Autumn Half Term

What a fabulous few days we've all had.  It's been non-stop extreme and experimental photography.  (that's experimental with the emphasis on mental!)

Here's just a fraction of what went on…

Keep an eye on our website and facebook page for details of upcoming courses for both kids and adults.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

All manner of photo-nonsense!

We survived day 2

You may think that's a little over dramatic but the danger has been real!  What on earth have we been up to you ask — well — you'll just have to wait and see!  ;)

On Wednesday night we'll host a Slideshow Showdown™ after which we'll post the cream of our images here.  Stay tuned.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Got the guys in...

I needed help with they keyboard this morning.  So I called the tech guys, and this is who they sent in!

They were so efficient, I was up and running in no time.

If you want to learn how to play with the little people, book in to Half Term Photo School today!

A few spaces still left.

Friday, 12 October 2012


Wine time?

Learn how to get these cool shots.

Making a splash!

Working hard to day with my Aussie helpers, Zac & Samara.
They are being patient as I try out the latest photoschool ideas on them.
Here are the experiments so far... with more to come!

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Announcing - October Half Term

Photo School is offering a three-day-week during the October Half Term;  Mon 22 – Wed 24

EXTREME PHOTOGRAPHY is the theme which will include high speed imaging, light painting and making primitive PringleVision™ cameras with wet process development in Coffee!

Places limited.  Sign up now.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Watery fun

We've had kids in the studio this week, trying out stuff with splashes and macro lenses.
It's been fun, we've called the squirts 'The Red Fairy' and the droplets 'Crowns'

Think you can do better? (we're sure you can!) Come along this half term, and play with colours it's like a science experiment as much as camera fun.

Here's some stuff to get your creative juices flowing.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

PringleVision™ Results

We must admit, after previously getting quite variable results from our PringleVision™ cameras and development, we had our socks knocked off when we saw these images loom from the gloom of the darkroom…

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Pinhole Pringles

Today we spent the morning turning Pringles tins into cameras, causing much confusion amongst the children who couldn't work out how the camera 'saved' the image!

We did explain and I think after we actually develop the images in coffee, the idea will become clearer. Until we show you the results, here are the kids making the 'pringlecams'.

But really - when you think about it, Pringles + Coffee = photographs does sound kinda funny.

 Marcel checking for 'light-tightness'

Sticking down hard, no light leaks, please!