Frequently Asked Questions
Please check the level requirements before booking advanced workshops as it is your responsibility to book the right level. You can contact us anytime by phone or e-mail to assess your photography level.
We DO NOT send invitation letters or help with Visa applications. Please check this webpage for more information.
To work as a Professional Photographer, the only “accreditation” you will ever need is a very strong portfolio of images. This is what we, at LSP, will help you build.
Our Courses and Workshops emphasise the importance of practice, and if you are passionate about photography, keep up the excellent work, and build confidence; in a very short time, you will have what it takes to break into the business of photography.
Some of our success stories:
Diogo Duarte: LSP former student and now Senior Trainer
Camelia Liparoti: LSP former student and National Geographic photographer
Roberto Cambusano (Cambusano Studio)
Fabrice Rizzato (Alt & Ego Studios)
We reserve the right to deny a certificate if you do not achieve the required standards.
By attending both Digital Photography Workshops Level 1 and Level 2, you will fully understand the Fundamental Principles of Photography “FOCUS, EXPOSURE and COMPOSITION”.
On Level 1, you will get to know your camera and your lenses, learn how to use it in fully Manual Exposure Mode, and be confident with all menus and settings essential to capture better images.
On Level 2, you will develop your eyes by learning about Elements of Design, Composition, White Balance, Theme Photography and Photographing People & Places.
You can complete the Digital Photography Workshops Level 1 and 2 in the following ways:
4 Days: Monday to Friday (Wednesday off), 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
8 Evenings: Level 1 and Level 2: Monday to Friday (Wednesdays off), 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
2 Weekends: Level 1 and Level 2: Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
Most people who come to Level 2 have done Level 1 before, and we’ll expect you to be fluent in the Level 1 Syllabus
Here are some examples:
We have DSLR cameras which you can use free of charge during workshop hours. Please confirm availability via e-mail before booking the course. We recommend the following cameras kits on an entry level:
Canon EOS Rebel SL3 / EOS 250D body + 18-200mm lens (Canon or Sigma) or Standard 18 to 55mm lens.
Nikon D3500 body + 18-200mm lens (Nikon or Sigma) or Standard 18 to 55mm lens.
The cameras and lenses above meet all the requirements for great pictures, they are light and we chose an “all in one” zoom lens that is great for General Photography. It’s a light kit, ideal for travel.
Let us know if you intend to pursue a career in photography and we will be able to recommend the right equipment for the field you choose.
- Your camera, lens, fully charged battery, clean memory card, pen and paper.
- Wear comfortable clothing and shoes as we walk a lot to locations.
- Check the weather and be prepared for cold, rain, snow, and hopefully, a lot of sunshine.
- Travel light, we often finish or start classes on locations, but if you have any heavy luggage it can be arranged with your trainer to leave it at our studio before/after the classes.
- For Adobe Lightroom workshop, you will be asked to bring with you your laptop, a mouse and a charge cable. Please always check the Workshop description for more information.
During the Daytime and Evening Workshops on Wednesday, you are off with assignments.
Alternatively, search your favourite hotel booking website in these areas (with easy access by train or bus).
No refunds will be issued for our workshops, courses or other services.
Our obligations to the professionals who teach at LSP dictate that no refund of payments will be issued if you cannot attend your course.