I am Ian Hosker and have been a photographer for many years. I began my career as an ecologist way back in the mid-1970's. Photography was one of the main tools for documenting the natural environment, and for creating teaching resources for my students. Of course, then it was all film and like most photographers, digital technology has totally transformed the craft.....but not quite.
My time is now split between being semi-retired, photojournalism and organising photography workshops and one-to-one coaching.
Even in the age of the digital camera as a computer, which has led to the photographer relinquishing some or all control of the image making process to the camera, a photographer who can master the fundamental principles of photography, and so wrench back at least some control, will also produce better images.
Our workshops are based on teaching and developing these fundamental skills to exploit the technology that lies within the camera.