Hi, I’m Graham Dargie, the Lead Instructor at Click Photo Workshops.
I’ve been professional photographer since 2005 and I’ve been teaching photography classes since 2009. In that time I’ve photographed just about everything from beaches to ballerinas in places from Bridge of Don to Brooklyn. This experience stands me in good stead as a teacher and I know how to work with all kinds of people.
Photography has brought me to so many great places, people and experiences over the years and it’s a huge pleasure to share what I’ve learned with others.
Being born and bred in Scotland I’m within touching distance of some of the most stunning landscapes in the U.K.. The highlands are rich with photo opportunities and the western isles hold photographic gold for those willing to make the journey.
I also have family connections in Kenya and I’m fortunate to have been on safari in some of the different national parks, including the iconic Maasai Mara. For a photographer, it’s a dream come true. With some of the world’s greatest wildlife in the most beautiful light imaginable it’s something I think everyone should do in their lifetime.
Putting it all together, my know-how gained over 10 years as a commercial photographer, my experience as an instructor and my knowledge of some of the world’s most iconic photography locations I’m well placed to lead you on a photography adventure to remember.
Read what previous clients have said in the Testimonials section and let me know if you’d like to join a class, workshop or tour.
Now you know all about me and my photography – what about you and your photography?
People of all ages and walks of life come on my courses but the one thing they have in common is a love of photography and a desire to improve. Understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO is the basis of good exposure. Light and composition will bring shape to your photograph. Post Production (or the Digital Darkroom) allows us to further mould and finish our images.
But there’s much more to good photography than these technical considerations. What is your intention? What mood are you trying to capture or evoke? What story are you trying to tell? Giving yourself the time to delve deeper into your photography will help your development no end if that’s what you’d like to do then I highly recommend a photography tour. Taking a few days to spend in great locations with a small group of like-minded people and an instructor to guide, challenge and entourage you is an investment that will pay off for your photography, your life experience and your wellbeing.
If any of that catches your attention then please take a look at my current range of photography classes, workshops and tours. Small group sizes are guaranteed and if groups aren’t for you then consider a 1-to-1 day or a private guided tour. Please let the know if you have any questions or comments.