Please read the booking terms and conditions as they apply to any Editing Masterclass, Workshop or Gift Voucher purchased or booked with Master Photography.
Cancellation or Bad Weather
On the rare occasion that severe weather conditions prevent any of the photography workshops from safely or practically going ahead, other dates will be offered
If any of the workshops are cancelled due to ill health other dates will automatically be offered
Max and Min Participants
Workshop dates subject to a minimum number of participants (3)
In the event of insufficient bookings, alternative dates will be offered
Maximum group size 6 attendees.
Editing Master Classes are limited to one to one
Included in price
All photographic tuition and advice
One to one tuition throughout the workshop and editing masterclass
Image composition and feedback throughout the workshop
Excluded in price
Food / Drink – Please make sure you bring sufficient water/food to last the time on your workshop
Parking – some of our workshops may require you to park in a public car park where you will be require to purchase a ticket
Purchasing of editing software applications
Participants are responsible for attending with appropriate footwear and are responsible for their own equipment.
Master Photography accepts no liability for loss or damage to persons or property
Should Master Photography have to cancel a booking for any reason whatsoever the liability of Master Photography will be limited to a refund of the monies paid.
Under 16’s welcome but must be accompanied by a paying adult.
All bookings must be made in advance through the Master Photography website
Bookings are confirmed within 24hrs & workshop meeting instructions will be emailed out 4-7 days prior to the event date.
Optional post workshop image review and feedback on your images
When sending images for an editing masterclass, please do not send any photos of children, as although we are all DBS checked, we don’t wish to be placed in a compromising situation.No photos that are deemed sexual, offensive, or inappropriate will be accepted.
If you are under 18 and participating in an Editing Masterclass, an adult must be present in the same room as you for safeguarding, for the duration of the session. There is no extra charge for this extra person.
Gift Vouchers can be used in part of full payment against any Photography Workshop or Editing Masterclass. Valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
You Don’t Just Take a Photograph You Capture a Moment in Time
Take a peak at the gallery where you will find a selection of our work. We hope the images will give you inspiration and ideas for what can be achieved.
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