Short Photography Courses
Unshaken Photography Training offer a range of short photography courses aimed towards those new to digital photography, enthusiasts and professionals developing a photographic career. Our short photography courses cover the fundamental skills, creative insights and technical knowledge needed to move your photography forward.
We run with small class sizes which are fun, friendly and informative. Our professional workshops are run mid week however we also run weekend photography courses, please contact us for more details.
Beginners Photography Courses
Our beginners photography courses are ideal if you are new to digital photography or are looking to move away from shooting in fully automatic mode. These fun and informative workshops cover the basic technical terminology, photography composition and the more creative photography features that can bring your pictures to life.
Advanced Photography Courses
Our advanced photography courses are aimed towards the enthusiast and those looking to develop their career in photography. These short photography courses not only cover the more advanced technical features, but will develop your creative skills, taking your photography to the next level.
Our professional photography courses are aimed towards those looking to develop their career and produce highly desirable images. You may be an aspiring professional photographer or an established pro looking to develop new skills and expertise. These in-demand short photography courses cover the technical, creative and commercial skills necessary to drive your career forward.
Short photography courses in Essex, Kent, Hertfordshire and Cambridge
Our short photography courses are run from our studio in Chelmsford, Essex and other venues in Essex and London. Easily reached from Suffolk, Norfolk, Kent and Cambridge, delegates visit our courses from all over the globe. We run weekend photography courses and mid-week photography courses.
Chelmsford is easily reached from Braintree, Brentwood, Shenfield, Colchester and Romford whilst delegates travel from Kent, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire to attend.