Find Artistic Satisfaction …

See how to create – Extraordinary photographs from ordinary scenes.

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

Give Your Photography A Fresh Start Today

How do I help you to be artistic? – I give you an in-depth training in Photography. – If we combine the wisdom of old master painters with our Photography, our photographs will be beautiful works of art. The feeling of a painting and the detail of Photography. Engaging photographs infused with light, mood, drama, and atmosphere. Works of art that ignite our curiosity, imagination, thoughts, and feelings. We create artistic photographs, not literal images.

I have 40 years of experience as a professional photographer. I offer personal online and In-person workshops for enthusiasts who want to create artistic photographs and gain artistic satisfaction. Mastering Photography means less focus on Photography skills and greater emphasis on learning the fundamentals behind picture-making: The Human Behavior behind ‘How pictures work,’ Artistic Knowledge to ‘Make pictures that work,’ and then I teach you Photography and Photoshop Techniques to apply the knowledge. – A comprehensive Photography education.

Carlo Marrazza, Italy

IPA People Photographer of the Year 2023. Bakkarwals of Jammu and Kashmir, India.

David Osborn Photography, London, England, 2024.

Artistic Freedom To Create Like Painters …

Be different. Spark people’s curiosity.  – Click the image; see the sequence.

How My Workshop Helps You …

Photographs fail when the natural flow from pictures to people is broken. Typically, a break happens for reasons beyond Photography, at the fundamental artistic or human nature level. If we fix our weaknesses, we create a seamless flow: engaging photographs for viewers and better pictures for ourselves. Improvement requires seeing Photography within the world of art, Photography, and art within the broader context of human nature. This forces us to learn subjects beyond Photography; we never learn if Photography is limited to the ‘enjoyment’ of taking pictures. – We must know ‘Why’ pictures work before learning ‘How’ to make pictures that work. – You learn the fundamentals behind Photography, not superficial Photography.

Think of the workshop knowledge like a Pyramid. – The base contains the broadest subjects: human nature, behavior, and perception. The middle is artistic knowledge and principles; the top is Photography and Photoshop techniques, and our picture is the tip. – Every level on the Pyramid relies on the broader knowledge below it. The workshop starts at the base and ends at the tip, ‘The Picture.’ – This methodical approach irons out every weakness that breaks the flow and causes photographs to fail, and the beauty of this approach is that it applies to any subject you shoot. Why? – The subject only becomes specific at the very top of the Pyramid; 99% of all the knowledge applies to pictures in general, not specific subject matter.

I’m not teaching you a preset style. I’m not teaching you architectural, natural landscapes, or still life Photography – I’m teaching you the common denominators that apply to all of those subjects – ‘How you create an engaging picture.’ The only difference the subject makes is you emphasize certain qualities more or less in the picture; the fundamental principles of pictures are universal and never change. –  What does this mean for you? – You’re no longer forced to make literal, generic-looking photographs because the lack of knowledge makes you rely on the camera to do all of the work. – You dictate the picture. This creates artistic satisfaction.

“How can we expect to create good photographs if we only know the tip of the Pyramid? The 5% dealing with ‘How to take pictures.’ It’s too limited, and it isolates Photography from 95% of the knowledge you need to be good.”

Silvaplana Castle, Switzerland.

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

Ian Strachan

France

… He’s a great tutor and very easy to get along with, making learning both easy and enjoyable …

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

Jerry Park

USA

… My images are more refined and professional-looking with beautiful rich tones and atmosphere …

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

Edward Cooley

USA

… I now utilize his step-by-step digital fine art Photography workflow in all my landscape Photography work …

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Venice, Italy – Before & After Image.

Criteria For Engaging Pictures …

“A ‘Pictures as Products’ Analogy.”

Human nature dictates every aspect of our lives – including decision-making when thinking about doing or buying something. We evaluate products using basic logic to decide whether to buy them. – Everybody has a different ‘reason’ to buy a product, but the ‘decision-making’ process to evaluate the product is the same for everyone and all products. – It’s unrealistic to propose that, given the infinite number of decisions and products we can buy, human nature evolved a different decision-making process only to evaluate art and pictures. – We evaluate pictures the same way we evaluate everything, even if we don’t spend money to ‘buy’ them.

Product designers use this logic to design the products we all buy. We utilize the same logic to evaluate the quality of other people’s photographs. – So, why not use this logic to help us create good photographs? – As a learning exercise, let’s apply this logic to pictures: evaluate photographs as ‘Products.’ Let’s look for similarities. – Amazingly, they’re identical; they meet all the criteria of ‘Products.’ This means we can codify what makes an engaging picture more precisely and remove the arguments over ‘What is a good picture.’ It’s now based on human nature, not opinion. – Let’s see how human nature relates to products and our pictures.

Buckingham Palace, London.

Human nature dictates our need for ‘Purpose and Benefit.’

Human nature dictates that everything we do and buy is motivated by ‘Purpose and Benefit.’ It contradicts our human nature to do anything that has no purpose and gives no benefit. The purpose of a picture is to stimulate the viewer and evoke an emotional response. Pictures are like conversations; our picture makes a statement, and the viewer reacts. – A ‘good’ picture is thought-provoking. Viewers may not ‘like’ our photograph. – Still, it must stimulate them, and pictures with ‘nothing to say’ are dull, boring, dead-end conversations. – We take pictures for our benefit, but. – What purpose and benefit do viewers get from looking at our pictures?

San Gian Church, St Moritz, Switzerland.

Human nature dictates our desire for ‘Different.’

Human nature also dictates we prefer ‘Different’ over ‘Better.’ ‘Different’ ignites our curiosity and imagination, ‘Better’ only sparks appreciation. ‘Generic’ or ‘Literal’ encourages disinterest or boredom. ‘Different’ gives the viewer an even greater ‘Benefit.’ – From the perspective of human nature, the perfect photograph gives a ‘Benefit’ and is ‘Different.’ – As photographers, ‘Different’ is also our key to artistic satisfaction because it fulfills our natural human desire for self-esteem: Seeking personal fulfillment which gives us a sense of purpose in our lives while gaining recognition and respect from others by being seen as an individual.

Let’s look at ‘What is an engaging picture’ Next

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

What Is An Engaging Picture …

Engaging pictures have three components – The Purpose, The Photograph, and The Viewer.
We can’t ignore ‘The Purpose’ or ‘The Viewer’ and expect to make engaging pictures.

The Purpose‘ of ‘The Photograph‘ is to provide ‘The Viewer‘ with a thought-provoking and interesting experience.

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The Four Criteria Of Engaging Pictures …

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

The Purpose

Good products have a clear purpose.

Photography is art. Art is communication. The function of art is to stimulate the viewer’s mind and evoke an emotional response. To stimulate curiosity, imagination, thoughts, and feelings. What pictures ‘say’ is more important than what pictures ‘show.’ Stimulating viewers’ minds is the picture’s purpose. This initiates thoughts and feelings, a response that viewers expect. An image is similar to a book; the purpose is what the book ‘says,’ not the book itself. – We enjoy books with something interesting to say; the same applies to pictures. A good product has a clear purpose and provides a clear benefit. – What do you want your pictures to tell me?

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

The Photograph

Good products are effective solutions.

As a viewer, literal pictures don’t provide a benefit because they show us what we expect to see. Not showing anything new they don’t ignite our curiosity. Pictures we don’t understand give no benefit because we can’t engage with them. – The compelling picture is in the sweet spot between the two extremes. – Light, three-dimensional form, and atmospheric distance give the picture a foundation of realism, a point of reference to understand the picture. Then, the artistic treatment takes the picture beyond being literal and offers something ‘Different’ but understandable. – The perfect balance to stimulate our minds and ignite our curiosity.

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

The Viewer

Good products know their end user.

Our end user is the viewer. We can’t create pictures people respond to unless we know how people respond to pictures first. – More critically, by knowing how people perceive and then respond to pictures, we can use this knowledge to influence the viewer’s response when we create pictures to evoke an even greater response. – Learning about human nature, behavior, and psychology means understanding how human communication ‘works.’ How can we push any viewer’s emotional buttons and communicate an idea effectively if we don’t understand how people respond to pictures? – We must understand how viewers respond to pictures.

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

Our Artistic Knowledge

Good products are produced correctly.

Knowing the ‘Purpose’ and the ‘End User’ is useless if we can’t produce our product correctly. Photography is visual art, and visual art uses visual language. – ‘The Artistic Principles’ codify our ‘production process’ into artistic guidelines that help us create compelling photographs infused with light, mood, drama, and atmosphere. – Artistic knowledge translates sterile and clinical raw files into functional artistic ‘products’ full of life and energy. – Writers use written language. Photographers use artistic language. Artistic knowledge is artistic freedom, the key to artistic satisfaction. – Artistic knowledge creates a good ‘User Experience’ for everyone.

“Process benefits photographers. Pictures benefit viewers.”

Wildenberg, Switzerland.

Seeing ‘Pictures as Products’ gives learning order, logic, and structure. – It’s not about selling photographs and making money as a job. The purpose is NOT to make your pictures look the same as mine. The purpose is to teach you the fundamental principles that underlie pictures so you create successful photographs in YOUR STYLE.

Let’s look at ‘How to create engaging pictures’ Next

David Osborn Photography

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

How To Create Engaging Pictures …

Ask Three Questions:

  • What is the ‘hero’ of my photograph? (The subject).
  • What do I want to tell you about the ‘hero’? (The message).
  • How am I going to tell you this in a visual way? (The artistic style).

The Photograph Must:

  • Not show us what we’ve seen before (Be different).
  • Stop, Captivate, and Reward us (As viewers).

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy – Before & After Image.

How I Make Learning Easy …

I simplify learning by teaching you just one workflow in small modules. Each module is taught step-by-step, and each step has a clear, explainable reason, so nothing is ambiguous. Add the modules together, and you learn my structured workflow in the sequence used to create my photographs. – You receive detailed workshop notes for each module and every step taught, the Photoshop files, and if your workshop is online, the live video recordings of every session.

After your workshop, – I’m available for free follow-up advice, answer questions, and critique your photographs. Just email me your picture, and we talk on a WhatsApp call. – The aim is to give you all the knowledge and resources to continue learning conveniently and efficiently.

A Decisive Plan Removes Financial Risk.

A clear, concise, and structured plan minimizes your risk of not benefiting from my workshop or getting a profitable return on your investment. Trial and error learning is slow and painful, takes years, and does not guarantee success. The most efficient and cost-effective solution is personal one-to-one tuition. You’ll learn more knowledge in less time with personal training. – Improvement needs a one-off investment in knowledge. Not new cameras.

Houses of Parliament, London.

“Give a man a fish; you feed him for a day.
Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”

Finally, let’s look at ‘The workshop subjects’ Next

David Osborn Photography

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

The Workshop Subjects …

Fundamentals: The Creative Principles.

  • We start the workshop by explaining my structured workflow and then a Photoshop demonstration.
  • Understanding the world – The realities, context, and environment of creating photographs in today’s world.
  • Understanding the viewer – Human nature won’t adapt to our picture; we must adjust our picture to human nature.
  • Understanding the picture – Photographs must stop, captivate, and reward. – How to make photographs stimulate people.
  • Understanding the language – Fluency in visual language makes pictures people respond to. Artistic principles and visual energy.
  • Understanding black & white tone – The structure and foundation of all photographs. The language of light, form, distance, and mood.

Techniques: Photography & Photoshop.

  • Photography – Creating the Photoshop assets with rich shadow detail.
  • Align, clean, and sharpen images. Black & White conversion.
  • Compositing – Advanced masking for sky replacement.
  • Compositing – Exposure blending techniques.
  • Dodge & Burn to create visual energy.
  • Creating three-dimensional form.
  • Create atmospheric distance.
  • Create Rembrandt light.
  • Create moody color.

The Result.

Artistic satisfaction through creative knowledge. – The principles behind picture-making. A structured workflow, artistic knowledge, and technical skills to create compelling photographs in your own artistic style with technical perfection and aesthetic quality.

Plus, Free video recordings of the entire 27-hour workshop as documentation if your workshop is online.

* A summary of the most significant subjects, not a list of every subject.

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Florence, Italy. – Before & After Image.

Why I Provide Better Training …

Let’s separate ‘Picture Quality’ and ‘Self-Enjoyment.’

Digital Photography has brought Photography to everyone, but sadly, it has also given rise to many unqualified, self-proclaimed ‘experts’ calling themselves ‘Professionals’ to get authority, credibility, and trust. Education is perfect for tapping into the vast enthusiast market to make money. So, they dominate the world of photographic knowledge, education, and workshops through the internet, social media, and YouTube. They take pictures for enjoyment, use them for self-promotion, but sell them to you as ‘Education.’ – This creates a severe problem for us. – They teach superficial Photography because they’ve not been working photographers.

They’ve never been paid to TAKE photographs, but
– they teach you to TAKE BETTER pictures!

Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE.

Working photographers sell ‘Picture Quality.’

The skill working photographers are paid for is to be excellent visual problem solvers; it is all about the picture. They have a client who provides a brief. The photographer makes pictures to illustrate the brief and communicate the idea, story, or event to the end users, the readers. Working photographers create pictures that ‘talk to people.’ – They prioritize the picture and ‘what it says.’. This demands knowledge in subjects beyond Photography. Pictures have basic principles; principles can be taught. Learn them, and you will improve your Photography, but – It’s impossible to become an excellent photographer without this broader knowledge.

The Alps, Switzerland.

Social media ‘Professionals’ sell ‘Self-Enjoyment.’

Social media ‘Professionals’ only see Photography as enjoyment and even mental well-being, a line that attracts enthusiasts while deflecting the emphasis away from needing proper, in-depth knowledge. They only talk about how they take photographs, equipment, and camera settings, giving you the idea that the picture’s purpose stops at being taken; the photograph has little value beyond being a nice-looking by-product of your self-enjoyment. – They never mention ‘How to make compelling and engaging pictures for viewers.’ – This, they all ignore. – They deceive you into thinking enjoyment alone will make us a good photographer.

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE.

People don’t want – What social media ‘Professionals’ teach.

What they do teach, people don’t want because it contradicts human nature to enjoy it. The literal approach shows us ‘what we expect to see’ and a style we’ve ‘seen many times before.’ They don’t tell us anything new or show us anything ‘Different.’ They don’t spark our curiosity, imagination, or thoughts, so we get no ‘Benefit. – If there’s no ‘Benefit,’ we have no ‘Purpose’ to look at them. Their pictures all look sterile, literal, and generic-looking. We can’t record the world around us in a superficial, literal, and obvious way and expect people to be interested. – It contradicts human nature to want the literal-looking pictures they teach you to make.

Bernina Pass, Switzerland.

Many social media ‘Professionals’ who teach – Deceive you.

Most social media ‘Professionals’ are enthusiasts who have turned their enjoyment of taking pictures into making money. Their very first go-to option to make money is to teach. – Some then take the title ‘Professionals.’ It gives an image of higher status, respectability, credibility, authority, and trust, so we don’t question the depth or validity of their advice. This gets them customers and money. – How much do these people really know? – If you misdescribe your status, don’t have a higher level of knowledge, or teach the proper knowledge, – but taking people’s money, Isn’t this intentional deception? – What defines them as ‘Professionals’?

“Professional means the quality of your work and depth of your knowledge,
NOT because you do something full-time or get paid.”
My definition of Professional.

Remember human nature. The ‘Purpose’ of what they sell is to ‘Benefit’ their income, and your improvement is not their primary concern. – Being good at anything requires knowledge, and they only teach you the top section of the Pyramid while ignoring the enormous amounts of valuable knowledge you need found in the lower two-thirds of the Pyramid. Most don’t have the proper knowledge you need because they’ve not done Photography as a job; as working photographers, their lack of knowledge makes them almost unemployable. – The answer to – Why do I provide better training? – 40 years of experience – I’ve no need to deceive you.

Vauxhall Bridge, London, England.

“I only teach practical and actionable knowledge that benefits you immediately.”

Finally, let’s look at ‘Two workshop options’ Next

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I Cost Less Than Group Workshops …

One Workshop: Two Options – Only 24 Students A Year.

As a perfectionist, my priority is quality tuition. This can only be achieved as a personal one-to-one service. – However, this limits my available time and the number of students I can teach. 40 years of experience as a professional working photographer, and my practical, proven, in-depth, and actionable knowledge means I get booked up in advance. – Please book early.

Prices rise 8% on 1st January of every year.

The first available workshop is April 2024.

Lofoten, Norway – Before & After Image.

Relax At Home While Learning Online  …

Online – Most Popular

£4,565

Free Video Recordings

No Travel Expenses

9 Sessions of 3 Hours

One To One Tuition

Booked On Demand

Workshop Notes & Files

In Person Workshop

£6,472

No Video Recordings

Has Travel Expenses

8 or 11 Day Workshops

One To One Tuition

Booked On Demand

Workshop Notes & Files

Comparison

£8,868 +

National Geographic Expeditions.

National Geographic Expeditions. Average cost of their Photo Tours excluding international travel and extras. Maximum group size of 88.

Average calculations are based on 31 tours shown on their 2023 website.

* Prices rise 8% on 1st January of every year.

Online – Free video recordings of the entire 27-hour workshop.

Having your entire workshop video recorded live is worth the cost of the workshop alone. – Videos provide lifelong documentation of every step and principle to continue learning for many years. – This is unique knowledge you won’t even find at university; it’s based on 40 years of real-life work experience, refined through 8 years of teaching Photography and many years of personal research. The workshop videos are an independent workshop in their own right, self-contained, comprehensive knowledge to refer to at your convenience for years.

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Science proves what I teach you works: Where we look in the first 3 seconds.

Your Questions Answered …

  • Twenty-seven hours of live one-to-one tuition.

    All without leaving the comfort of home using free Zoom video conferencing software. Every session is video-recorded live for your documentation. – Suggested plan – Each session is 3 hours long, 3 sessions per week, for 3 weeks. – 9 sessions or 27 hours in total. – Any session that needs to be canceled for any reason is not lost; it’s rescheduled. Online is a convenient solution for working around work schedules.

  • Three options:
    1. Brought to your home in Europe. 11 days.
    2. Travel with you within Europe. 11 days.
    3. Holiday cottage here in UK. 8 days.

    The aims and content are identical to the online option but are in-person. The client covers the expenses, such as travel and accommodation, but not food. – Non-UK workshops include three ‘Photography Days’ worth over £1,900. – Three extra days are included free, but only to be used for shooting portfolio-quality photographs. You gain more workshop time, knowledge, and pictures for free. I gain new photographs to keep my website fresh and up to date.  Workshops are not video recorded; written notes must be taken.

  • My personal, one-to-one tuition will cost you less than many good group workshops or Photo Tours. Let’s look at National Geographic Expeditions for a cost comparison. They’re about experience, not education, with a potential group of 88. Most workshops are about 6 to 12. – You won’t get 100% personal attention in a group. – One-to-one tuition is a better financial investment for learning fast and effectively.

  • The online option is by far more popular. – It’s convenient, fits in with your work schedule, and is cheaper, having no extra travel expenses. Workshops can be spread over time, and if you need to cancel a session, it’s rescheduled, not lost. The central selling point is the 27 hours of live video recordings of every session, documenting every step in minute detail to continue learning in your own time after the workshop ends. The online option is more about education and less about experience. – However, if your priority is more about the experience of taking pictures as an enjoyable break from work combined with learning, – then the in-person option is better. It offers far more time for conversation and the opportunity to learn while taking real pictures. – This option allows for group workshops, provided you arrange the group.

  • Payment is only made by secure online card payment directly to the NatWest Bank in the UK, using the Mastercard system, which then passes your payment on to me. – I have no access to, or store your card information. Your card issuer protects your payment. – The only exception is PayPal for paying the small amount needed for the “Photoshop Download” file. – A deposit of UK £1,900 is required when booking a workshop, and the balance is due thirty days before the start of the workshop. – Please read the “FAQ” page for more details and “The Terms and Conditions,” insurance, expenses, copyright, etc.

  • No. – Lightroom tools are too limited to have the level of control we need over our photographs. Indeed, Lightroom is one significant reason photographs look so literal and generic-looking today. Lightroom is a considerable proportion of the problem. Ironically, it takes no longer to learn Photoshop than Lightroom, but people blindly follow social media advice. – You don’t need to be a Photoshop expert; just confident with the essential Photoshop logic, layout, tools, and procedures. I will teach you Photoshop techniques in my workflow. – Please let me know if you are 100% new to Photoshop and wish to learn Photoshop as preparation for this workshop – we can do a short workshop to get you up to speed before you start. – Email me, and we can work out a plan of action.

  • It’s important to understand that I teach you a structured, repeatable workflow, not my preset style. I am not teaching you to make your photographs look identical to mine. – The aim is to give you all the critical fundamental knowledge and a structured workflow that becomes your basis for quality and style. – Your style will emerge by applying all your choices to every creative decision within the workflow. Given we’re different people, your choices will differ from mine, making your pictures different.

David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.
David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.
David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.
David Osborn Photography, London, England. Teaching enthusiast photographers creative and artistic travel and landscape photography. One-to-one tuition, booked on demand. Online or in-person workshops.

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The Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic – Before & After Image.

Reserve Your Workshop Dates …

Please email me the information below. I will get back to you quickly and personally.
Until then, many thanks and my best regards, David.

The first available workshop is April 2024.

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Beautiful Works Of Art …

My Photography workshop transforms you as a Photographer from a person who records the world by taking literal pictures to a creative person who explores the world to create beautiful, compelling photographs as personal works of art.

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