From weddings to landscapes, from street photography to portraits and nudes. This is truly a unique, bespoke experience.
Spend a day with Jeff at our studio on the beautiful Lancashire coast and let him help you to become a better photographer. The day is completely open in terms of what you want to learn. You can spend time with a model in the studio working with light and form; walk along the miles of coastline shooting landscapes; take to the bustling streets of Blackpool for some street photography; or maybe you want to learn how to process and print digital images or shoot meaningful pictures with an iPhone? Perhaps you need help with digital capture or film photography? This is your day and Jeff will bring nearly 30 years of experience to the table to help and guide you.
The cost for an eight hour day is only £500. If models are required these are charged at cost. Please contact us for more details.
A series of small, intimate workshops based at our studio in the beautiful coastal town of Lytham in Lancashire.
Each two day workshop will be limited to just five participants and will be a chance to kick back, relax and totally immerse yourself in photography. Full details of each workshop will be posted here and on our Facebook page as soon as dates are confirmed.
If you would like to be notified of the workshops before the dates are released to the public, please email us so that we can put you on our priority list.
Need help with your photography? Having problem choosing the images for your website or portfolio? Stuck in a rut and not sure how to get out of it? The answer is to have a critique of your work.
We all know it can be intimidating putting your pictures up for critique but if it’s done properly, having another photographer take a look at your work can be one of the most positive experiences you can have. There should be nothing intimidating about having a discussion on photography. We believe that a fresh set of eyes can often see something that you may have missed and our number one aim is to help you to become a better photographer, so let Jeff take an in-depth look at your work and offer some positive and constructive thoughts.
A two hour critique via Skype is just £200 and judging by some of the photographers we have helped in the past, this may be the best £200 you spend on your photography.
“I have been fortunate enough to receive Jeff’s input on a yearly basis and through each [online] critique and in relation to my growing level of understanding, Jeff has been able to coach and direct me on my camera technique and control within different environments and situations, my position as a photographer in relation to the subject, my post production and my ability to see and construct a potential photograph...the quality of my work has exceeded the ceiling that I thought that I was capable of, and this is directly attributed to the input that I have received from Jeff.”
~ Alex Abbott
"I proudly attended a [small group] workshop with Jeff Ascough, in Bucharest, Romania, and it is definitely something you don’t want to miss if you are a photographer with serious intentions about working in the field. He is one of the most original photographers I know, with a fascinating way of capturing emotions and editing his work. During his workshop there’s no way not to notice his sense of humour or his straightforward philosophies about photography, when sharing his thoughts and advice based on over 25 years of experience. His captivating lessons will leave you with so many takeaway points that can really make a change in taking your work to the next level."
~ Dana Tudoran
"An exclusive one to one experience with Jeff was one of the most enlightening experiences I’ve had in photography. I have been a wedding and portrait photographer for several years, but wanted to take my work to the next level. Jeff tailored the workshop to build on my personal skill level, and cater to my objectives. He took the time to critique my existing work, and we built on his advice in practice. His guidance has been invaluable in enhancing my photography. From getting the most out of my camera, to posing, lighting and post-processing, I learned more in this one day than I have in the last few years.”
~ Richard Hau