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I post blogs on a weekly basis covering photography tips and related news as well as photos made by my clients (read client feedback) on my photography workshops and photography courses.
 

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Free 2.5hr Photography Workshop

When you sign up for a Pick N Mix Tuition Plan before 1st July 2014 

Hi all, as we approach the half way point of the year I am pleased to be able to bring you a special offer. 

If you are serious about improving your photography skills and creative eye and intend on doing a number of events, courses, workshops or programs then I can create a tailored package when all booked together rather than booking separate events.

The photography tuition packages are tailored to you and how and when you want to learn.  The Pick N Mix photography package can contain courses, workshops, mentoring and even support services for all your photography tuition needs.


 5 good reasons to choose a photography tuition package

  1. It will save you money - up to 25% off the normal booking price
  2. Spread the cost of tuition and support over 12 monthly payments or less for bigger discounts - all interest free
  3. A personalised plan that is structured and tailored to you & your preferred style of learning
  4. Attend events when you want rather than when you can afford to
  5. Ensure you get the right mix of practical and theoretical tuition to enable you to progress

Please call me to initially chat through your ideas and I will work with you to tailor something suitable to your time, budget and style of learning.  07817017994 More information on the Pick N Mix Plans can be seen here:  

http://www.alanranger.com/photography-tuition-packages

 

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