Laura Galbraith is the owner of Going Digital East of England and, in addition to tutoring workshops and one-to-one experience days herself, she is supported by a fantastic team of experienced tutors.
Laura has a passion for wildlife photography which developed when she went on her first safari to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia several years ago. She is a qualified Maths and IT teacher with many years of experience. Over the last few years Laura has been fortunate enough to take her camera to many different locations to hone her photography skills. Tutoring courses allows Laura to combine her teaching experience and her passion for photography.
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Rod favours Landscape Photography and his work reveals time spent in Yorkshire, Cumbria, Scotland, Newcastle on Tyne and the North Northumberland Coast. In addition, he has a passion for Street Photography and Studio Lighting. He has taught photography since the early 1980's and sells images via his web site and in galleries in North Northumberland and on The Isle of Skye.
Rod still regularly uses film cameras (Hasselblad, Nikon and Leica) and he also uses a Nikon D700 and a Leica M9 digital camera. In addition to his Going Digital workshops, Rod had also taught digital Post Processing courses at local colleges and is an experienced user of Apple Aperture, Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Rod provides one-to-one tuition on his speciality subjects at our venues and he is also happy to visit you in your home to help you set up and get the best from your own computer, software and photography equipment.
I watched my dad make cine films in the 1970s and then started taking stills on film. When I worked in nature conservation I took landscape and habitat shots which appeared in information leaflets and websites. In 2008 I started studying street photography and since then my photographs have appeared in The Guardian magazine, Amateur Photography magazine and also in exhibitions in the Eagle Gallery in Bedford. In the last three years I have been teaching photography to young people and running street photography workshops. My photography is very straightforward - I have no desire to over manipulate images, the world is enough and there are many stories to be told.
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