Red Dog - photography that works
Commercial Photography - since 2004 Red Dog has worked with organisations and business people to provide images for promotion and display.
We create pictures that motivate and inspire as well as providing a record of important events, awards, presentations and achievements.
Over the years, our work has been featured in national and regional newspapers, magazines and trade publications.
Red Dog has been the official photographer for the British Chambers of Commerce and the Association of British Professional Conference Organisers and has covered many high profile events, 'shooting' senior politicians and business leaders as well as photographing local events.
Photo Discovery Breaks - based in the glorious Peak District it was inevitable that Red Dog wanted to create something that would combine photography with an appreciation of the great outdoors and the Photo Discovery Breaks are designed to bring together these two passions.
The breaks combine photography tuition from some of the best in the business with an opportunity to discover what makes Britain's first National Park such a magnet for anyone wanting to visit, explore and take photographs.
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Red Dog Photography, Church Farm, Osmaston, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1LX
Digital Imaging Training - building on over 20 years of photography experience and a decade of using the most up to date imaging and design software, it seemed like the most natural thing in the world to pass on that experience and knowledge and help others develop their own skills.
Our training centre in the quiet Derbyshire village of Osmaston is the perfect place to learn how to get the most out of the leading software applications like Photoshop, Lightroom, Muse and InDesign, taught be qualified instructors who will give you time to learn theory and put it into practice in small groups.
We also run courses for those those just beginning their photographic journey who want to learn the basics of taking a good picture. From learning about the camera controls, through composition and capture to printing, saving and organising. Have a look at our half-day course here.
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