Wedding Photography Seminar Scotland
Wedding Photography Seminar Scotland
Wedding Photography Seminar Scotland Revealed
How to Avoid Running with the Hounds
I am very excited to announce that i will be holding my new wedding photography seminar up in Scotland this summer! After being approached by a number of people, with support on the ground from a couple of good friends, i am now able to confirm the date for this very special wedding photography seminar that is going to be held in Aberdeenshire on Wednesday 26th June 2013. Places are going to be very strictly limited and available on a first come first served basis. My recent seminars and workshops have all sold out very quickly so please be quick to get in touch if you fancy joining me on what i expect to be a fun but terrific day of learning.
why you should attend
My training is perfect for anyone wanting to build a wedding business or improve their lot into today’s challenging market place. Since the advent of digital the life of a professional wedding photographer has become so much harder where it seems every man and his dog has a digital SLR and is a photographer. The over saturation of the market means now more than ever it is important to stand out from the crowd; to do this you need to be able to offer a service and product that is way beyond the reach of the nation’s “Uncle Bobs”.
I have created this all new wedding photography seminar for those trying to avoid running with the hounds. Its perfect for those wanting an insight into my approach to ensuring i stay ahead of the game despite being a professional wedding photographer for 17 years. Unlike so many trainers, i still shoot all year round and generate 100% of my income from my professional photography business.
If you attended my seminar in Aberdeen back in 2011, this is a totally new workshop and includes a large practical element.
The day starts at 10am with regsitration at 9.30 and runs until 4.30 (or whenever we end up finishing).
Background to Peter’s business: how he has built it up and the way it operates day to day, year to year.
Packaging and pricing for profit
(Notes will be handed out for future reference to all delegates)
An insight into Peter’s approach to covering weddings
How he shoots and thinks
What he is looking for
Technique, lighting, exposure, composition
The afternoon is primarily practical, so please feel free to bring along your camera bag.
Peter will demonstrate his approach and methods for creating images that the average guest with a camera or “Uncle Bob” simply wouldn’t be able to to. Using his vast experience he will share his lighting, posing and composition ideas that really separates him from his main competition.
Everything will be explained and done at walking pace so that each delegate will be able to ask questions, watch, learn and even take their own pictures for reference.
The shoot will be indoors and out (weather permitting) with ample time for attendees of this very special wedding photography workshop to create their own images.
Peter will be on hand to offer advice and guidance as required.
The images Peter creates will be edited once he is back home and shared on a secure gallery, together with notes. Delegates will be given access to these of course.
Coffee and a run through of a full wedding shot by Peter
Peter is very laid back, honest and open. His seminars reflect this and so anyone attending is encouraged to ask questions as they arise. Whether you are just starting out, or been photographing weddings for years, each person is treated the same so Peter always welcomes and answers every question openly and happily. If you prefer not to ask in front others, always feel free to ask over a coffee or during lunch.
Wednesday 26th June 2013
Meldrum House Country Hotel Oldmeldrum Aberdeenshire. The place looks absolutely stunning so should be perfect for producing some amazing images!
Translated from the Gaelic, Meall Druim means the ridge on the hill. Meldrum House’s history can be traced back to the 13th century. That’s when the original tower house was built on a rocky outcrop, at the highest point in the area.
Here’s what a few very kind folks had to say about my recent seminar in Sussex.
Peter, I just wanted to email and say thank you for the course on Saturday at Park Cameras. You have opened my eyes a lot more to the ins and outs of wedding photography and also made me realise I have a lot of work to do before I start doing weddings myself.
Thanks again for your advice.
Thank you for the great wedding photography workshop last Saturday at Park Cameras, you have refreshed my enthusiasm and drive to swap my IT career for a photography career!!
Also if you ever need a bag man or someone to hold your iPhone for lighting purposes, I would love to help out on one of your shoots..
I attended your course last Saturday and I found it really interesting and picked up some really good ideas from you so thank you very much.
Thank you very much.
Firstly thanks for a great day yesterday at park cameras. I found your information to be very useful in my dream to one day work for myself doing what I love.
Will you be running any more training days in the future as unfortunately I can’t make it in may.
Thank you for putting on a great seminar yesterday. I found the seminar well composed and very resourceful! So well done. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending the seminar to others.
All the best,
Many thanks for the workshop yesterday. I am at the very beginning of setting up, and looking to do this in parallel to my day job so knowing that you managed this is great to know.
Again, Many thanks for the informative course. My wife runs a wedding cake business and I even managed to pick up some tips that would help her so I managed to squeeze even more value out of it.
£325.00 including lunch and coffee
Early Booking Rate of just £250.00 for those booked before 30th April 2013
Please remember that training for your business is tax deductible and a great investment in your future success.
+44 (0) 7590 983418
East Sussex Wedding Photographer Peter Prior has developed an international reputation for an exciting and unobtrusive approach to covering the wedding day.
Peter shoots a blend of contemporary, reportage, documentary and fine art wedding photography, and his work has been described as having a "certain timeless elegance".