I just wanted to drop you and Mark a line to say thank you so much for our training session the other week. I found it most enjoyable and truly think the scales have been taken from my eyes when it comes to using Photoshop.
Thank you to both Mark and yourself again for a wonderful day on Saturday. Both Nicky and I genuinely learned a huge amount and really enjoyed ourselves into the bargain.
Thank you both for your help today. It was extremely useful and interesting and gave me some fantastic ideas about what pictures I want to get, and how to go about getting them. It taught me a lot of tips and tricks that I hadn’t even considered before and I’m really excited about the ‘photo shoot’ now, where I was full of trepidation before!
Thank you both so much for the excellent workshop yesterday, my head was buzzing by the time we had finished. I shall carry on with the images we started and I now feel much more confident tackling the rest of the images that need a tweak. If I come unstuck, I will certainly give you a call.
This happened photographing Lions in the Masai Mara, our camera started to produce strange underexposed images. By switching off the camera, removing the battery, waiting a few seconds, replacing the battery and the problem was cured. What caused it in the first place? We don’t know. We just know a way to get around the problem.
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