DIG Member Offers



Following on the success of offering studio workshops from Film Photo  Academy, the committee are happy to talk to any other DIG member who is a professional and would like to offer their holidays or workshops to fellow DIG members at a discounted price.  

If you are interested in this proposition then do email us at digchair@rps.org  

Offers are listed below. (Clicking on the image will take you to the relevant web site)



Based in West Cornwall we are conveniently located to take you to many beautiful locations.

Our workshops are on a one-to-one basis or for up to three friends and can be tailored to run from anything between one to five days.

Workshops are tailored to your personal level of photography. So if you are a beginner you will have the chance to learn new skills to improve your photography. If, however, you are an experienced amateur, or even a professional who only needs to be taken to the best locations in West Cornwall, the workshop can be individually designed to suit you.

Take this opportunity to photograph beautiful landscapes, quaint  fishing villages, ancient monuments, tin mines and more.

Book now mentioning this advert and members of the RPS Digital Imaging Group can receive 10% discount on bookings. 

Web www.photographwestcornwall.com

Email info@photographwestcornwall.com

Telephone 07973 321181



More offers from Andy Beel FRPS



The Andy Beel FRPS

July Newsletter

Index - New Content In This Issue

New Save £20 when you book the Street Photography workshop in Bristol

New Website Basket and checkout - Updates

New Client Profile John McCarthy LRPS

Remember to check these dates in your diary

Workshops coming up soon

Master Depth of Field in One Day Workshop


New - Save £20 when book the Street Photography Workshop now

Special Offer
Save £20.00 if you book before Sat 15 July 2017 with Discount Coupon Code - save 20

Enter the Coupon Code in the Basket Page to get your discount.

Full Price £79.00 will apply at the end of the discount period
Street Photography
"No one gives you the power, you just take it".
Roseanne Barr


- Website Basket and Checkout - Updates

After an analysis of the payment process on my website, the Basket and Checkout pages have been updated in the following ways

The two payment options are:
  • pay with a debit or credit card via PayPal as a guest is available (a PayPal account is NOT required for this option)
  • pay with your Paypal Account is still available

Creating an account and paying by bank transfer (BACS) have been disabled.

Added to the Basket and Checkout pages, you will see a question about the payment process. The aim of the polls are to ascertain any user difficulties. Please let me know if you have had difficulties in the past. Your feedback is vital and much appreciated.Please email me your important feedback.
Feedback Email

Workshops coming up soon


8 September - Street Photography with Dave Mason in central Bristol

23 - 27 October - Snowdonia Mono Masterclass


- Master Depth of Field in One Day


9 August 2017

Didcot Railway Centre

  • Master depth of field with your lenses
  • Give your pictures the artistic look
  • Participant picture reviews
  • Only 4 participants
  • 121 tuition
DoF Workshop

Client Profile - John McCarthy LRPS


What is your favourite picture and why do you admire it?

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico.

I have admired Ansel Adams’ work for many years. Having spent more of my time on B&W landscape work over the last few years I appreciate it greatly.

Who or what has been your greatest photographic influence?

It’s hard to say, for landscapes it's Ansel Adams, sports it’s Eamonn McCabes’s press images from the 1980’s, especially his table tennis image (http://www.eamonnmccabe.co.uk/gallery/sport/view/li-chen-shi/)

All great images inspire me, whomever they were taken by.

Misty Mountain

(c) John McCarthy

How do you see yourself learning and growing as a photographer?

Mainly by taking more images and learning from them. Time with other photographers too. A week spent with Andy and others in Wales was very worthwhile. It inspired me to get my LRPS last year with a panel of black & white images.

Are there new photographic changes coming up soon for you?

I don’t naturally feel comfortable going up to strangers and taking their image so I'm aiming to try more ‘people in the street’ images. Years ago my wife used to say my landscapes had less interest for her as they didn’t contain any people. Over the years I see more and more that people’s expressions or interactions can really be a powerful, emotive reason to like an image. It’s not about the gear we use. It’s where the photographer had the instinctive skill to know and see the image evolve in front of them.

John McCarthy LRPS