Teach your clients photography online - composition 101


Your clients love photography – now help them to use their own cameras!

These online training sessions are each designed to be delivered in 1 hour.

Included with each training session is a kids photo challenge with workbook, to keep little ones entertained too. It’s a popular bonus for creative parents!

You’re welcome to set your own fee when teaching with these presentations – but as a guide, I charge clients £100 for a 1 hour session.

Present the online sessions from a pdf or as a Powerpoint presentation – or if you prefer, the files can be presented directly from the presentation website.

These sessions have been created using my years of experience teaching photography both in 1:1 sessions, group workshops at galleries and lecturing at universities.

The content is fun, and easily digestible.

“The slides are well put together and well thought out – I love what Louise has created! It is very intuitive and easy to present, with easy to edit pages. This has been a massive time saver for me.” Chris

“The presentations are clear, and the information is easy to present – all the work’s done!” Rodney

Take your camera off auto mode

Topics covered:

  • File types
  • Focus
  • Exposure
  • ISO
  • Aperture
  • Shutter speed
  • Semi-automatic modes
  • Moving onto manual mode

Sneak peek inside the session:

Sneak peek into the bonus kids photo challenge:

photo challenge for kids about colour

Topics covered:

  • Leading lines
  • Rule of thirds
  • Reflections
  • Symmetry
  • Framing devices
  • Decisive moment

Sneak peek into this session:

Composition 101 sample slides

Sneak peek into the bonus kids photo challenge:

Kids photo challenge sneak peek

What you’ll need to deliver the training:

  • Online meeting software e.g. Zoom or Skype.
  • Obviously, an understanding of cameras.
  • I recommend downloading the manual for your client’s camera before the training session, so you can find the settings easily for them.


“[The online session] made it so simple and almost intuitive – the penny dropped in the first hour. A combination of a little theory, examples of photographs taken to think about settings and then hands on practice was a powerful combination.” Geraldine

I have been taking photos for many years but never had the confidence to take the camera into full manual mode, always opting for semi-manual. This session has instilled that confidence and I am now using the manual mode every time which has made a huge difference to the way I now take my photographs.” James

This was a really useful tutorial. Although I have been using a camera for years, I learned a great deal. Time very well spent – now I just have to practice a lot!” Michael

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