Based in Essex, David is primarily known as a wedding photographer, he works with his wife, Sandra to deliver the best possible service. It’s little wonder, he’s best known in this genre for he has now taken images at over 2000 weddings – a staggering feat!

He has achieved the accolade of becoming a ‘Master Craftsman’ with the Guild of Photographers, and is a ‘Fellow’ with the BIPP ranking amongst the best of wedding photographers. He has also won multiple WPPI International Awards of Excellence, plus he is a mentor and Judge for the Guild!

How to Improve Your Scores

Getting Classified and unclassified? Trying to get Bronzes? Are you good enough for a Q Submission? David’s talk is for you!

There are so many simple things that degrade an image and lower its score. Come on a walk through a range of images discussing what one ‘Judge’s Eyes’ can see!

David is best known for his Wedding work however, he does also photograph a wide range of disciplines, from New Born Babies to Families, Landscapes and Stock. Some for profit, some for fun and personal extension!

David will discuss a few of his own images and some from Guild members showing a few pointers for simple improvements.

Some of the subjects:-
Space & Cropping

Over Processing

Composition / Distractions

Camera position & Lens selection



For those that enter photography based competitions, nothing can be more frustrating than just missing out on an Award .. and yet so many people literally do just miss out by literally a point or two.

Often a quick tweak of an image that literally takes just a few seconds can make a huge difference to an image, moving it to the next level. It’s simple when you know ‘how’!

With David’s award winning background and experience as a Judge he is well placed to advise ‘how’ and even ‘what’ these little differences can be.

He’s going to show a number of competition images and demonstrate how they could have scored higher with a small tweak or two (see the before and after on this page as an example).

This will be an ‘eye-opener’ and is a ‘must’ for those who enter competitions, want to submit for qualifications or simply want to give their work that ‘edge’.

This invaluable session is included in the Saturday Day Pass..

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